USATravelPal.com Completes Washington State Travel Guide

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The website USATravelPal.com is a free, yet valuable location on the web where travelers can access the site and learn about the different attractions of Washington state.

With a mission of providing free travel guides for each of the 50 states, USATravelPal.com has just completed its section on the state of Washington.

The great Northwest would not be complete without the great state of Washington. The website USATravelPal.com is a free, yet valuable location on the web where travelers can access the site and learn about the different attractions of the state. According to the Webmaster of USATravelPal.com, he worked long hours to provide readers a comprehensive guide to all 50 states, with the state of Washington being one of his most favorites of them all. On the home page of USATravelPal.com, one may find the three sections of Seattle (the capital), the mountains, and Greater Washington State.

The capital of Washington is located in the great city of Seattle. Although it rains most of the time, the beauty and splendor of the city can only be really enjoyed if one actually visits. According to USATravelPal.com, there are several subsections, including Seattle and its several districts of Ballard, Belltown, Capitol Hill, and Fremont. The site also discusses several points of interest including the Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, the Seattle Aquarium and the Seattle Art Museum (there are others, but in the interest of space they have been omitted).

The second section discusses the beautiful mountain ranges of the state. Some of the ranges include the Mount Rainier National Park, the Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument, the North Cascades National Park, and the Olympic Peninsula. An excerpt from USATravelPal.com regarding Mount Saint Helens is included to give the reader the sense of clearness in language from the site: "The Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument encompasses the entire area around Mount St. Helens in Washington and is designated as a U.S. National Monument. It was established by the U.S. President Ronald Regan on August 27, 1982, following the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens."

Lastly, the last section of USATravelPal.com deals with Greater Washington and its several communities. Some of the cities documented by USATravelPal.com include Bellingham, Fort Vancouver, Olympia, Port Townsend, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Walla, and the Yakima Valley. Each city has its own overview page, and where appropriate, several points of interest.

In closing, if one is interested in visiting the great state of Washington, then consider carefully perusing USATravelPal.com and plan the getaway intelligently.

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