Royal Coachman Inn

5805 Pacific Hwy E, Fife, Washington, 98424, United States
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46%
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Travel Tips for Tacoma

One Pacific Building

by yooperprof

Between 6th and 7th on Pacific, the One Pacific Building represents another interesting structure from the "glory days" of Tacoma's past. Well-preserved and maintained, it is also a link to Tacoma's burgeoning future.

Five mile scenic drive

by goingsolo

This was a fun little excursion through the trees and past some great views of the water. You'll pass some of the gardens along the drive and they are definitely worth a look. There are also some hiking trails along the route. I was short on time so I bypassed these.

Point Defiance Park: Boat House and Marina

by glabah

Located near the ferry terminal for the Vashon Island Ferry, the set of buildings on pilings above the waters of Puget Sound include a gift shop (from which one can purchase everything from small trinkets to rent boats), a public marina, an Anthony's restaurant, and a small gazebo like building with a bell tower on top.

While only those specifically interested in boating and fishing need the following paragraphs, everyone else should be aware that the area around the boat house, particularly the public walkways on the pier around the buildings, feature good views of the surrounding small peninsulas and large islands of Puget Sound, and the climate and wildlife at the base of the hill along the water is certainly more coastal than 100 feet up the hill. The boat house also marks the start of the promenade that leads to Owen Beach.

Use of the pier for public fishing is free of charge, and fish cleaning stations are available.

Boat rentals include prices for boat only, boat with motor, a three hour rate, a daily rate and discounts for off-season rates.

The souvenier shop includes wet weather equipment, fishing equipment, and bait.

Gasoline fuel for boats is available, but not diesel fuel.

Public boat launch is available, but is charged at approximately $13 per boat during peak season.

Public moorage and dry storage is also available at the boat house.

Marvin Alan Klegman Memorial

by glabah

On April 13, 1949 a fairly significant earthquake struck the southern Puget Sound region. There was one casualty in Tacoma: 11 year old Marvin Alan Klegman. who was killed by falling bricks from Lowell School while getting one of the younger children to safety.

On February 28, 2001, another earthquake hit the South Puget Sound region. This awakened the memory of Kelcy Robert Allen, who wanted to find out about the older boy, a junior school patrol, that had grabbed him by the hand when the 1949 earthquake hit and said "We have to get out."

It was only in 2001 that Allen learned that Klegman had died in the collapsing school building, after having led Allen to safety.

Thus began an effort to create a memorial to Klegman, which was ultimately dedicated on September 11, 2003, and installed at North I Street and North 12th Street where the old school building once stood.

Today, Lowell School still exists at this site, but it is a much more modern concrete building.

The very small plaza on which the memorial sits has paving stones engraved with the names, and where requested messages, from those who purchased the stones in order to raise funds for the memorial.

Steak and Fish

by AgentJX about Stanley and Seaforts

Located on a hill overlooking downtown Tacoma and Commencement Bay, Stanley and Seafort’s is one of the best restaurants in Tacoma. Creative dishes, a warm environment, a great view and the best food around make this place tough to beat. The halibut and crab stuffed Salmon is unique and perfect.
The steaks are top notch.
Pretty much anything your order will be good…ask your waiter/waitress what he or she thinks, they are very knowledgeable of the dishes.
For desert the crème brulee is the best. If you have a real sweet-tooth and can handle how rich crème brulee is I would suggest the sampler of all the varieties they have that night.

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 Royal Coachman Inn

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Address: 5805 Pacific Hwy E, Fife, Washington, 98424, United States