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How to Drink Beer Made in Olympia

By Adam Sawyer

There was a time not all that long ago that Olympia was considered more of an I-5 afterthought between Portland and Seattle than a place worth spending any quality time….

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Drifters: Pan Pacific Hotel

Where can you catch a glimpse of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, soak in a spa-esque tub and dine on gourmet platters of cuisine paired alongside sumptuous Washington wines all without…

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Drifters: The Magnolia Hotel & Spa

You’ll be forgiven for thinking that The Magnolia Hotel & Spa has been a landmark for decades. Just a few steps off of Victoria’s Inner Harbour, the boutique hotel’s stately…

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Drifters: Red Ridge Farms

This story ran in the winter print edition. For more in depth stories like this, subscribe or pick up a copy at your local newsstand. Just imagine. You’re walking over…

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Drifters: Pine River Ranch

Whether you visit in the summer to cool your skin in the flowing waters of the Wenatchee river, or head out for a winter excursion marked by the glistening, snow-capped…

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Drifters: The Nines

The old Meier & Frank department store building has kept watch over downtown Portland’s epicentral Pioneer Square since 1908. Exactly 100 years after it was built, a new tenant had…

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Drifters: Sorrento Hotel

Some hotels have history, and some hotels are historic. The Sorrento Hotel, perched atop Seattle’s First Hill, first opened in 1909, meaning this year the grand dame will be celebrating…

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Drifters: Inn at Red Hills

We’re all familiar with farm-to-table dining. Inn at Red Hills is winery-to-bed accommodation. Make that fine, world-class wineries to sumptuous, elegant and well-dressed bed accommodation. Perfectly situated at the west…

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Drifters: OPUS Hotel

A hotel with multiple personalities? Find out what guise you are when you stay. Tell me what hotel suite you choose and I’ll tell you what you are. Okay, so…

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