BEST WESTERN Aladdin Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Is is a very popular hiking area especially as it is so close to Seattle & Tacoma. After Rainier we headed off to Mount St. Helens which is only about 50km away as the crow flies but about 150km by road as you wind your way up the valley and through the blast zone perimeter. The view from the observatory is stunning as you look ...
One cannot visit Oregon without heading out to the coast. We quickly drove through Portland as there was little traffic on a Sunday morning. As we drove west a deer walked out in front of us. With cars coming from both directions she was confused at first but successfully went back to the other side.
Along the road, as usual, we were looking for unusual things. The large frying pan was on a little restaurant and ...
When we stayed at the Holiday Inn last night in Chehalis, WA, we saw in the hotel book under sights for the area, Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. This was not on our list of things to do but decided it would be a good thing to see. We are so glad we did! It was spectacular sights and very informative. As we stared toward Silverlake we had another bonus - we didn't realize we were in Bigfoot Country! (see ...
... friends and made a deal where I kept his computer running and he kept Anthony's motorcycle running, which was a job for both of us! I haven’t seen Jesse in about 14 years but we call each other every now and again just to touch base. He just happened to have called me right after I decided to do the ride and we agreed that I would spend a day at his place on the way. Funny coincidence but we are both from the same part of Texas and probably ...
... that grid is in place. So the work began.
i did my best to assist my counterpart cameraman (with a ton more experience than I have) with getting the two house cameras up and running. Once the two cameras were set, it was time to wait for show time, which was four hours later. It was kind of nice, because the delay gave me time to relax a little before show time. It was pretty beneficial since my neck and back were killing me. As ...