المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة كلام كليم
انا احب المطاعم لان جوها يعجبني واعتبره سياحه
مثلا احنا عندنا المطاعم الغريبه في السعوديه ستيك هاوس وديو والالب
لكن مليتينغ بوت احلى بكثير كانك في سويسرا
وترى انا من وصلت امريكا مارحت له مره وحده وخلاص تكفيني
وترى اللي يحب المطاعم مو دب يعني مو لازم ياكل الصحون كلها
من كل بحر قطره
ويلا نرجع للطبيعه لاتزعل وتقعد تبكي علينا
Seattle's Best Waterfall
Located just 25 miles outside Seattle - Snoqualmie Falls is one of the United States most stunning waterfalls. The crashing falls is a sight to behold -- and also a major source of naturally generated hydro-electric power for the region. You can view the falls from a convenient park area with a platform giving 180 degree views of the waterfall.
The waterfall is a 268 foot, 82 meter wonder on the Snoqualmie River visited by over 1.5 million people per year. The Falls were featured in the popular cult television show "Twin Peaks". Snoqualmie Falls is a sacred place for Native Americans culture and spirituality.
At the top of Snoqualmie Falls, there is a luxury mountain lodge hotel -- the Salish Lodge. Renowned for 4 star service and Northwestern style, the hotel features a famous dining room looking out onto the falls. Consider taking a break at Salish Lodge for a drink or snack after you visit the falls. Salish Lodge is renowned for its multi-course country breakfasts.
Getting There - Directions:
Snoqualmie Falls is very easy to reach from Interstate 90 Eastbound.
- Take Exit 25 - Snoqualmie Parkway
- Turn left and head North (uphill) through the modern Snoqualmie Ridge housing development.
- After you come downhill off the ridge, the road will end just past the railroad tracks. Make a left onto 202 (there are signs directing you)
- You'll see the Snoqualmie Falls park in just about one-half mile.
The trick is to park on the right side of the road (ie opposite from Salish Lodge Hotel).
There is a huge parking lot on the right side with plenty of parking. The dumb tourists all try to park in about 10 spaces right in front of the Falls. There are over 40,000 daily Falls visitors - it's a losing bet. Use the large lot on the opposite side of the road and enjoy the relaxing walk over a historic bridge
-- keeping you safe crossing road 202.
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July 2nd, 2011, 09:47 PM