Are you curious where the stories of Sleeping Beauty, the Pied Piper and Snow White came from? We spent two days following the path of the Brothers Grimm on Germany’s Fairy Tale Route. If you don’t know who the Brothers Grimm are, where have you been?
The highlights from our three week trip to the Western States covering Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona. This post contains our full itinerary and a summary of what we did, and where we ate, at each location.
A freezing sunrise at the Grand Canyon National Park and road tripping through the wild west Day 14 of our West Coast Road Trip – Grand Canyon to Las Vegas Sunrise at the Grand Canyon National Park Like most people staying at the Grand Canyon it was an early start this morning to watch the
Motoring east on Route 66, sunset and camping at the Grand Canyon. Day 13 of our West Coast Road Trip – Laughlin to Grand Canyon National Park We would be continuing onto the Grand Canyon from Laughlin today. Our plan was to get an early start, see some sights on Route 66 and arrive at
Sand dunes, sea lions and camping in the Redwoods Day 5 of our West Coast Road Trip – Florence to Crescent City Before heading out to explore the Southern Oregon Coast we went for our breakfast which was included in our room rate at The River House Inn. We were stumped by the waffle iron.
Day 2 of our West Coast Road Trip – Port Angeles to Kalaloch Sea Kayaking from Fresh Water Bay After a cold but good nights sleep at Heart O’ the Hills Campground we were up early to start exploring Olympic National Park. We headed back into Port Angeles for our sea kayaking tour with Adventures
Road Trip! Visiting Olympic National Park from Seattle. To start our west coast road trip we left Seattle and picked up our Mustang convertible at Sea-Tac which we hired through Alamo. Online check in made the process really quick and we were soon on our way! Our first stop was the Olympic Peninsula visiting the