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Private Tour: Olympic National Park Day Trip from Seattle
"Your day trip to Olympic National Park starts with a downtown Seattle hotel pickup for the scenic drive from Seattle. Enjoy a light breakfast of pastries and hot beverages in your luxury SUV or Mercedes van and enjoy the views of the coastal mountains as you near the park. During the drive to and inside the park you’ll make plenty of stops to take photos spot waterfalls and explore the area on short nature walks with your private naturalist guide. Home to the dramatic Olympic Mountains remote beaches and a lush temperate rainforest Olympic National Park is not just a national park — it’s also an International Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage site. In other words it’s a spectacular natural wonder that overwhelms visitors with its beauty
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Boeing Factory and Optional Restoration Center Tour with Private Transport from Seattle
"After pickup at your Seattle-area location — whether hotel residence or another spot — make the drive to the city of Everett north of Seattle. Depending on the size of your party enjoy comfortable private transportation by town car or van. On the way your private driver will point out interesting sights and tell you a bit about Boeing’s history and what to expect at the factory. When you arrive at the massive Boeing factory — the largest building in the world! — meet your tour guide and fello view the assembly of Boeing’s major airplanes: the 747
From $510.00
 
Private Tour: Seattle Highlights
"You’ll be picked up from your downtown Seattle hotel at your pre-arranged time to start your private sightseeing tour of Seattle. Your friendly knowledgeable private guide will take you on a comfortable drive by van through the city to the sites of your choosing offering commentary along the way. You’ll have plenty of time to hop out walk around and soak up the atmosphere of each place on the tour which can be tailored to suit your tastes.If you'd like cruise through Chinatown-International District and hop off to visit Pioneer Square a historic neighborhood that was once the heart of the city—Seattle's founders settled there in 1852. Take a leisurely stroll past charming boutiques
From $60.00

More Things to Do in Olympia

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The Wing Victory

Location:You can see this Wing Victory Statue once you got in to the grounds of the State Capitol. It is on the circular drive around before you can go to the Capitol Building and/or the Legislative...
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The Legislative Building

This is where the laws of the State of Washington are presented for approval by the State Representatives.In the State of Washington, there are two Senators representing the state: (2011) Senator...
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Priest Point Park: preserved woodlands by water

Located just north and east of downtown Olympia, Priest Point Park was set aside around 1904, and was the first land purchased for the construction of a city park. Prior to this, the park was owned by...
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Washington State Capitol

The Capitol (legislative) building just reopened after a post-earthquake retrofit. It looks better than ever. The capitol dome is one of the largest masonary domes in the world. It's entirely...
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BEER,BEER and more BEER

I am not a beer drinker but I do like to go see something that place is known for, and Olmpyia Brewing Co. is named after the city. We were half way across the country and we had heard of Olmpiya...
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Upper Tumwater Falls

At a very early time in the regions history this waterfall was altered by the construction of a dam. That dam has continued to aid the construction of a fish ladder. The volume of the river is almost...
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Tumwater Falls

Tumwater falls is probably the most interesting falls in the Tumwater Falls park. It is about 30 feet (9 meters) tall and is split by the rocks in the stream bed. The Falls are somewhat difficult to...
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Middle Tumwater Falls

At just about 15 feet (5 meters) this waterfall may be more of a rapid than a fall. It is however very accessible and makes for a nice outing. Within the Tumwater Falls park area, this may not be the...
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Downtown Olympia

Olympia was incorporated in 1859 and has a current population of just 42,000 people. The population of the city is about 85 percent white, with a liberal, artistic bent. The center of downtown is...
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Washington State Capitol

The state capitol, officially known as th Washington State Legislative Building, was completed in 1928 after six years of construction. Even today it is the fourth tallest masonry dome in the world...
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Monuments at the Capitol Building

What would a state capitol be without a bunch of cool historic monuments? Some of the cool memorials at the Washington State Capitol building include:The Winged Victory Monument, one of the...
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Free tours of the Capitol buildings and grounds

Free 45-minute tours of the Capitol buildings and grounds are available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., on the hour, seven days a week with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. The...
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Washington State Capitol : the dome

Impressive !!!The ceiling of the interior dome rises 53 meters above the rotunda floor. Hanging from a 30- meter chain is an ornate 5-ton bronze chandelier containing over 200 light bulbs. This is the...
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Washington State Capitol : the House Chamber

Interesting to have a look on the House Chamber !The 98 state representatives are elected for a 2-year term. The membership selects a leader of the majority party to be the Speaker of the House who...
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Top Hotels in Olympia

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4520 Martin Way East, (formerly Ameritel Inn Olympia), Olympia, Washington, 98516, United States
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415 Capitol Way N, Olympia, Washington, 98501, United States
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2300 Evergreen Park Drive, (Formerly WestCoast), Olympia, Washington, 98502, United States
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621 South Capitol Way, (formerly Ramada Inn), Olympia, Washington, 98501, United States
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2943 Northview Circle, Shelton, Washington, 98584, United States
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1211 Quince Street SE, Olympia, Washington, 98501-2455, United States
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"Olympia - My Hometown"
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"Olympia, the Capital City of Washington State"
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"A Capitol Experience Indeed"
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"Tumwater Falls Park"
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"Olympia, Washington"
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