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Olympia, the state capital of Washington, is located on the southern end of Puget Sound on Budd Inlet.
Inspired by the Olympic Mountains. Mt. Olympus is the highest of these, and the first geographical feature in the present state of Washington to be named by western explorers. Olympus is the Greek name for the "home of the gods".
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Explore Olympia, Tumwater and Lacey, 2nd Edition by Ms. Angie Lea Regensburg. Discover 100 destinations in these 3 cities, featuring historic sites, museums, nature trails, beaches and more. Photographs, directions and contact information is also included. Order now...
Moon Washington, 9th Edition by Ericka Chickowski. From urban cities to rural towns, this native gives an insider's perspective on everything the Evergreen State has to offer featuring great places to eat, scenic drives and volunteer vacations. Discover Seattle's arts and culture, climbing Mt. Rainier, sleeping in a train car near Elbe and much more. Order now...
Hidden Washington: Including Seattle, Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Olympic Peninsula, Cascades and Columbia River Gorge (Hidden Travel) by Eric Lucas. This author gets to know each community by going from neighborhood to neighborhood. This book will take you to all the great spots while describing both the famous attractions and hidden favorites. Order now...
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