Just announced by the Port of Seattle, the 2012 cruise season from Seattle’s homeports will be bigger and better than ever. With the addition of the Disney Corporation’s weekly Alaska bound cruises, it’s a good year for cruising the Alaska coastline.
If you’re planning to make the trip to Arizona for some sunshine and Mariners Spring Training baseball, here are some things to do and places to go around the Peoria Sports Complex outside of Phoenix.
Itching for a road trip on a three day weekend? Just a couple of hours from Seattle you can wind through wine country, check out lodges and sporting gear or get your giddy up on and explore the spirit of the West.
Portland transit police have arrested an 11-year-old boy who displayed a loaded gun during a dispute on a light rail train.
If you’re making plans for a cruise to Hawaii, you’re not alone. More than 104,000 travelers arrived in the islands on cruise ships — mostly from the West Coast — in the first 11 months of last year, up 14.5 percent.
Wanting to get away for the last weekend of 2011? For a short drive, you can watch fireworks over the Pacific Ocean, ski at night, or dance the night away on New Year’s Eve!
Seattle based Alaska Airlines has announced a Winter Sale starting on Cyber Monday, with one-way fares as low as $40, according to the airline, just in time for holiday travel.
If you are headed over the river and through the woods this Thanksgiving, why not participate in one of these fun and festive activities to round out the Thanksgiving weekend?
In the September 2011 issue of Travel + Leisure magazine, Seattle is ranked 7th out of 10 in the article “America’s Top Cities for Foodies”.
Their motto is “Real Islands… Real Close”. The San Juans, a cluster of over 70 islands to the north and west of Seattle, are just a car and ferry ride away. A destination spot for romantic getaways, cycling trips or adventurists, three of the islands – San Juan, Orcas, and Lopez offer a variety of accomodations and dining experiences for your next getaway.