Canopy Tours Northwest celebrates their GRAND OPENING this Saturday Sept 10, 2011. 10AM – 4PM. Full operations has begun with 6 zipline courses. All are welcome to join in this free celebration featuring door prizes, refreshments and a chance to meet the guides and see the equipment, and learn more about this new outdoor adventure opportunity that has created quite a buzz within the surrounding community. Canopy Tours Northwest brings you the experience of a lifetime, zipping through the woods at historic Kristoferson Farm. Check out thier web site at http://www.canopytournw.com/ and book your zipline experience today. Located 1 hour from Seattle and a little over an hour from Olympic View Bed and Breakfast Cottage. Breathtaking Forest Adventures! Your zipline adventure awaits!
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The last of summer’s JamFest weekend is this Saturday, with live music throughout Seattle’s Chinatown – International District.
Put together by the Wing Luke Museum, JamFest celebrates the Internationl District rich tradition of music. This Saturday, August 20 you can check out a variety of performers including jazz vocalist, Latin rhythms, classic rock or even classical music. They’ve also got music to dance to at Hing Hay Park, plus you can explore all of the shops and great restaurants in the Intentional District.
If you just have a short time in Seattle while awaiting that Alaskan cruise ship take the 90 minute tour of Seattle that picks you up right at the cruise ship terminal. Or better yet, from Olympic View Bed and Breakfast Cottage in Seattle, Washington take the Light Rail into Seattle and meet at one of the downtown hotels. This is a great high energy, upbeat mini-coach tour of Seattle that includes famous sights and many that are uniquely Seattle. The tour includes the Space Needle, Downtown, Sleepless House, Ferry Terminal, Pioneer Square, Chinatown, Floating Bridges, Kurt Cobain Park, Fremont Troll, Fisherman’s Terminal, Seattle Grace, Fifteen neighborhoods, and Breathtaking views of Seattle, and at least 2 scheduled photo stops. Call today to reserve your mini-tour spot. 206-743-1884. Visit http://www.seattleqwiktour.com/ for more information.
The Best of the Outdoors is happening right now in Seattle. We are finally having a summer and it’s prefect temperature and the sun is shining. A few great outdoor activities include the Seattle Waterfront, The Pike Place Market, Seattle Aquarium, Waterfront Park, Hiram J. Chittenden Locks, and of course the Washington State Ferries that can take you over to Vashon Island, Bainbridge and up North to the San Juan’s. When you visit us at Olympic View Cottage in Seattle, WA we will be more than happy to help you plan your days and make the most of your summer in Seattle.
Top things to check out while in Seattle …
#5 Washington Park Arboretum - an urban setting with 230 acres of green space located on the shores of Lake Washington. You’ll find over 130 endangered plants plus 40,000 rare trees, plants, and flowers. Spend the day walking through the Arboretum. The Arboretum is located 20 minutes from Olympic View Cottage in Seattle Washington.
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