Rodeway Inn

8702 South Hosmer Street, Tacoma, Washington, 98444, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 8702 South Hosmer Street, Tacoma, is near Museum of Glass, Washington State History Museum, Tacoma Dome, and Lakewold Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Tacoma

    Tacoma Isn't a Shithole After All

    A travel blog entry by mattcgilbert on Apr 28, 2014

    ... it we were smashing cones and jamming for hours with Tony playing his repertoire of acoustic punk anthems he had just finished recording for an upcoming EP. The 3 bedroom house had about 6 or 7 people living in it. Their other roommates had all gone into Seattle to see a show so we had the place to ourselves. The night is kind of blurry due to the copious cones and beers consumed but at around 12-1 the roommates and more came back and an after party ...

    Real Garcinia-Cambogia: Where You Can Buy It

    A travel blog entry by garginiaca370 on Jan 30, 14

    ... when you get it.
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    I will start off by saying that before I bought natural Garcinia-Cambogia online, I did go-to my local Walmart for Garcinia-Cambogia. The simple truth is that they did not have it in stock and they still don't present it in stock on their website. I discovered the same to be correct for Walgreens. Thus, I made my purchase online. Doing this turned out to become a good idea because when you get ...

    The Rainy Coast

    A travel blog entry by nathanlake on Oct 10, 2013

    ... well. The interesting part about Ed's is that they serve a variety of exotic game burgers all night long. You can get everything from reindeer to alligator. This of course capped off our night.
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    A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 13, 2013

    ... boat. We ate dinner at the buffet, which was yummy. I can't believe the diversity of meals that they provide. I had some great Indian dish. Also, they have good meat and desserts. And stir fry! Yum! We then went to the pool deck and sat down and chilled for a while. I think you'll notice that the word chill will be used liberally as we are relaxing, but we are also in Alaskan waters much of the ...

    Home again, home again ... and an open letter

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 11, 2013


    ... was going to make me go into a little room when she finally cleared me. Not sure why I always set that machine off.

    Bought chocolates in the duty-free to take to work, and some cocoa-dusted almonds at Harrods. Also surrendered to weakness and bought two books at WH Smith. Well, I needed something to read on the plane, didn't I?

    As I was waiting to go through the gate check, I idly watched one of the stations where the agent seemed to ...