Ramada Inn Tacoma

9920 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, Washington, 98499, United States | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 9920 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, is near Tacoma Dome, Chambers Bay, 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

... clock hit 5 and all the little scooter rats and school kids decided to show up and ruin the park. This was not all bad however as to my amusement I did witness many little fat kids eating ****.

Saturday came around and I was pumped to go skating again. I drove around to a bunch of new parks and eventually settled on a small park with a couple quarters and some really low ledges for me to learn on. Having learnt how to do grabbed blunts the ...

RTW - planning begins

A travel blog entry by rockstar25 on Jan 28, 2014

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... ensure that the human basics are somehow met: food, shelter and "security" (okay i changed this last part).
After all, isn't this really a trade off? All the pluses and minuses of traveling that pushes you out of your comfort zone (ok ok, only if you chose to) in exchange for life experiences?
At the end of the day, you ask yourself - how do you measure rich and fortune? For me - it's all about LIVING YOUR LIFE…NO REGRETS and just DO ...

The Rainy Coast

A travel blog entry by nathanlake on Oct 10, 2013

... day we were there we all took the bus into the city to explore! Our first stop was Pike Place market which was one of the coolest markets i think i have ever been too. It is right along the sound and it was almost anything you could imagine wanting to see from food to hand made crafts! I basically ate an entire lunch consisting of free samples. Then we went to china town and watched some people playing chess and ping pong for over an hour. After a home ...


A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 13, 2013

We caught a shuttle from the hotel at 11 and that took us straight to the pier. Very convenient, because the guy loaded our bags and the walker for us, and then unloaded them as well. We were put into the short, handicapped line once we checked our baggage, got through security very quickly (Grandpa got patted down), and then went right to the front of the priority check-in line. We got checked ...

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

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 11, 2013


I left the hotel around 8:15 and made it to Leidseplein to catch the airport bus just as it was ready to leave. The driver saw me and kindly waited while I made a dash for it. For €4, I made it to Schiphol in about 30 minutes.

Dropped my bag and wandered around the duty-free shops for a bit, then hiked to my gate. There's a sign before heading to the gates that says, "Passengers Only. Kiss and Goodbye." Schiphol doesn't have a centralized ...