Hampton Inn & Suites Tacoma-Mall

Address: 8203 South Hosmer, Tacoma, Washington, 98408, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 8203 South Hosmer, Tacoma, is near Museum of Glass, Washington State History Museum, Tacoma Dome, and Lakewold Gardens.
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    The start of a long journey!

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Feb 12, 2015


    ... I saw the trip was offered by Insight Vacations and included 3 days in Kathmandu I was hooked. We traveled with Insight to Turkey last year and were impressed with the tours, plus the thought of visiting someplace as exotic (?) as Kathmandu prompted me to convince my brother, Gerry and his wife (Sue) that we should do it. Both Sue and Yvonne were/are skeptical but being the loving wives they are, they agreed. (I think Yvonne still remembers ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahdurnan on Sep 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... sculpture, views, local markets and the Japanese memorial. In the Second World War everyone of Japanese origin was rounded up and taken to camps because of the fear of spies. Many Bainbridge residents campaigned for the return of their neighbours some of whom were third and fourth generation Americans. Took the 6.30pm ferry back to Seattle just in time for sunset. Ended the day with a cocktail or ...

    Our First Journey Begins

    A travel blog entry by loviesquared on Sep 07, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... and to Vancouver Island. Once we arrived at home we moved the final items into the coach. During the week Tony had done most of the preparation of loading groceries and food (of course only the type we could cross the border with—no produce and no meat). Once loaded we said goodbye to Liz and Leo, loaded the pups and headed about just around 11:30 AM.

    Along I-5 we stopped at Camping ...

    Seattle - our kind of city

    A travel blog entry by vickyli on May 16, 2014

    19 photos

    ... small treks to stretch our legs (no bears encountered). An attempt at summiting the mountain will have to go on the bucket list as we neither had the time, or the equipment this time around. Without a doubt though, the visit was a highlight of our trip, despite the challenges getting there....oh and Paradise is definitely aptly named. Today we had lunch at 500 feet up in one of Seattles iconic buildings, the Space Needle. It was built in 1962 for the World Trade Fayre, and a nice feature ...

    The Rainy Coast

    A travel blog entry by nathanlake on Oct 10, 2013

    ... which is this strip of basically ski resorts in a valley between huge mountains about 8000 feet above sea level. We woke up the first morning we were there to light snow fall which I guess was the first snow of the season so everyone living there had wonder and excitement flooding out of their eyes. after a delicious breakfast (credit goes to Be Bop (Z Bop), a friend who we were staying with) consisting of captain crunch french toast, bacon, home ...