While driving through the Olympic Peninsula we stumbled upon a sign that read “BIG CEDAR.” We aren’t the type to pass up a vague sign like that - so we took the four mile unpaved road to the 178 feet tall tree.
Every holiday season millions of travelers take to the airways and roadways to celebrate with a winter getaway. To ensure that your next vacation goes off without a hitch, it’s a good idea to make a plan for protecting your personal safety, identity documents and money.
Charming and picturesque, Victoria, B.C. is a wonderful place to visit this fall and Clipper Vacations make it easy to steal away for a day or two.
By stepping onto the ferry, you’re leaving something behind. Routine. Commute. Work. Even just a quick hop across from to Bainbridge warrants a glass of champagne when you make it Hitchcock Restaurant.
After the summer months, the Big Four Ice Caves show what the warm summer days do to melt the Ice Caves. The Big Four Ice Caves trail head is about an hour and a half away from Seattle with a well manicured 2.2 mile roundtrip hike to the Ice Caves.
Lake Crescent Lodge, located on the southern edge of Lake Crescent off Olympic Highway 101 is an historic resort. The resort offers different activities on the lake, hikes and a full restaurant about 3 hours from Seattle.
Over the course of Travel Month, we’ve explored Oregon and British Columbia, now we’re going to fly south for the weekend to take in Napa Valley; arguably the epicenter of American wine.
Cape Flattery in Neah Bay, Washington is the northwesternmost point of the contiguous United States. The trail takes about 25 minutes to hike and offers some amazing views of the bay.
With amazing sea stacks and tide pools, Rialto Beach is a short drive from Forks, WA. While the beach is littered with driftwood and rocks, you can also find great sunrises and sunsets on the regular.
For visitors, the secretive nature of Kaua’i can make it more difficult to navigate the jagged peaks, uncover the best red dirt road, and find the best Hawaiian version of ramen, called saiman. After spending a few days talking to the experts on the island, we've got the five most important things to know when planning your trip to Kaua’i.
Halloween is just around the corner, pumpkin-spice-everything is everywhere, and the rain is back in full force. To me, this means it’s time for a visit to my favorite U-pick pumpkin patch! Since most of our area’s best spots have corn mazes, petting zoos, and more, you can definitely make a day trip out of it for you and your family.
We're continuing our houseboat profiles - and this week it's all about combining elements of our state gem (wood!) in interior and exterior architecture. This particular floating home does it beautifully - and once again we find ourselves forgetting it's not a 'regular' house when looking through these pictures!
For Travel Month we sent our photographer to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the annual International Balloon Festival. He came back with a bunch of photos from the event. He says the photos don't do the Fiesta justice, but check them out anyway!
We checked in with Ludger and Julie Szmania, the couple who started Szmania's Restaurant in Magnolia in 1990, and who now own and run the Warm Springs Inn & Winery in Wenatchee.
Copalis Beach has plenty more clams than people, making this small beach town a great place for a weekend getaway. About two and a half hours from Seattle, the town sits near the northern end of a great razor clam bed and is known as the “home of the razor clam.” Here are three ways to relax and have fun on a weekend travel adventure in Copalis Beach.
Like anyone else who spent childhood summers on Whidbey Island, I believe it is a magical place where teenagers roam free, dashing through the salt air, learning to open beer bottles on the chain link fence of Fort Casey State Park.
If you’re looking for a stylish and comfortable boutique hotel in a superb central Vancouver location, this is the place to stay.
Not to be left out in the local bed and breakfast series we've been doing, Burien takes us inside their cozy two-bedroom Guest House run by husband and wife team Tom and Linda Dike.
Next up in our local bed and breakfast series - The Gatewood in West Seattle. Over 100 years old and tucked over by Lincoln Park, The Gatewood has four rooms and is one of the only accommodation options in West Seattle.
Almost everyone has an airline that they're loyal to - and if they visit a lounge, they usually visit that airline lounge. But don't you ever wonder what the other lounges look like? What else you may be missing? Is Alaska's better than Birtish Air's? And how about those general Port lounges?? Well...now you can see for yourself.