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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: Hotel 1000

A downtown Seattle hotel distinct in 1,000 ways. Hotel 1000’s byline is “1000 Points of Distinction,” and I have to say, I probably came close to counting 1,000 cool things…

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Drifters: McMenamins Grand Lodge

In 1917, the Freemasons initiated designs for a beautiful retreat in Forest Grove, Ore., just 26 miles outside Portland, which would be a home for aged and infirm masons as…

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Drifters: Hotel Murano

Although it may not be fair, it can be said that Tacoma has long battled bias as the industrial, smoggy city 35 miles south of Seattle. However, in recent years,…

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Drifters: Spinnakers Guesthouse

You know when you’ve enjoyed yourself just a little too much at a choice drinking and dining establishment, and wish you didn’t have to find the energy to get yourself…

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Drifters: Hotel deLuxe

Do you wear vintage broaches or bow ties? Have a penchant for “The Great Gatsby” or Gene Kelly? Take your cocktails classic, preferably with a side of live jazz piano…

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Drifters: Iron Springs Resort

The crashing sound of waves in the distance, the fragrant smell of cinnamon rolls baking in the oven, and scenic views of Washington’s coastline are just a few of the…

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Drifters: Hotel Le Soleil

In a thriving downtown like Vancouver, when “what’s new” drives dining and accommodation decisions, things that aren’t the latest model quickly get hidden. I’m guilty of it—when I visit a…

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Drifters: The Jupitel Hotel

What we’re gonna do right here is go back, way back, back into the 1960s—or what might seem to be at the retro-fitted, motor-inn-turned-boutique-motel, the Jupiter Hotel in Southeast Portland….

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