Forgo the long lines at the border and hop aboard the MV Coho in Port Angeles for a stress-free jaunt to see our neighbors up North.
Each year, thousands of kite enthusiasts head to Long Beach for the Washington State International Kite Festival. There’s beautiful scenery, lots of activities for kids, and some great restaurants for the adults.
Livability.com has compiled their 2014 Top 10 Small Towns list, and Port Angeles WA is number five. The list looks at cities with populations under 20,000 and compares them against 41 different data points.
Westport is the heart of the Washington Coast and has everything you can imagine in the way of a beach vacation town.
Summer in the Pacific Northwest brings a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables. You can enjoy all that our beautiful region has to offer by taking road trips to summer food festivals.
We all know about the colorful tulips that takeover the Skagit Valley in spring, but did you know that every year around this time the color purple takes center stage throughout parts of the Pacific Northwest?
With still-standing cabins and plenty of artifacts, Monte Cristo is a great place to visit in the summer. Bring a lunch and soak in the history and fantastic views.
Just a short ferry ride away, Friday Harbor House, in the San Juan Islands, offers cozy rooms with a fireplace, an oversized jetted tub-for-two and more. Friday Harbor dining experience offers panoramic views of the San Juan Channel, ferry landing and marina at The Bluff Restaurant - Bar - Terrace.
Deception Pass is the straight that separates Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island. It’s great for either a day trip, or a three-day weekend full of camping and hiking.
Once a thriving logging town, Leavenworth suffered and was nearly turned into a ghost town when the railroad re-routed in the 1920s. To save itself, the town decided on a redesign in the 1960s to resemble a Bavarian Village to attract tourists, and it worked!
While Pike Place Market isn't one our best kept secrets, staying at Pike Place Market might be! Did you know there is only one hotel option in our famous market?
If you've lived in Seattle for long, there's a good chance you've visited the observation deck at the top of the Space Needle. But there's a lot more to Seattle Center than the iconic structure that makes our city's skyline so special.
How is it, that the most beautiful ocean beach in Washington is also the least known?
Seattle's newest hotel is as close to the center of everything as you can get - 5th and Pike in Seattle, WA. We took a behind-the-scenes look at what they're billing as Seattle's most "hip" new hotel.
If you’ve got a long weekend for travel this summer, this small mountain town has plenty of outdoor activities, good food, and cheap beer.
The indoor saltwater pool and farm to table eats make the Hyatt at Olive 8 a great urban weekend in Seattle.
A true getaway from the hustle of daily life, you feel transported to a world away as soon as you step into the lodge.
With better weather on the horizon, many Pacific Northwesterners will make their way out to the Washington Coast this summer. Mill 109 Restaurant and Pub is located in the new beach town of Seabrook, WA.
The Pacific Northwest loves their pets. So when you decide to go out of town, it's not just your human family you're thinking about - it's your furrier family as well. We took a look at the self-proclaimed "pet-friendly" Lakedale Resort to see if they passed the K9 test.
Local filmmakers call this time lapse their tribute to the city of Seattle and the state of Washington, and what a tribute it is. James Whelan and Jake Magraw spent hours shooting and editing this piece, narrowing 90 separate time lapses down to 51, and using over 50,000 photos.