Travel, Washington

Port Townsend, Washington: The American town you MUST visit

As we slowly make our way through the pine slopes from Seattle towards the northeastern tip Olympic Peninsula, Port Townsend’s immense charm begins before we arrive. As we drive in, the rusty road signs give away that it’s a small town and also paint the character of the 9000 (more or less) people who currently live here. Known for its waterfront setting,…

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My Visit to the Pacific Science Centre

About the Center  The Pacific Science Center is an independent, non-profit science museum based in Seattle. It was designed by Minoru Yamasaki for the 1962 World’s Fair. After the World’s Fair closed, the museum was re-opened as Pacific Science Center. The fountains located at the entrance of the center appeared in the movie It Happened at the World’s Fair with…

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A weekend at Great Wolf Lodge in Washington 

Built by families for families, Great Wolf Lodge is an indoor water park that opened its first resort in Wisconsin Dells, in 1997, with 117 suites and 20,000 square feet of water park space. Its success spurred a new industry trend that brought first-rate accommodations together with outstanding family recreational activities, all under one roof. Today they have 14 resorts…

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