Thursday, May 28, 2009

washington DC at christmas time

maybe i’ll do this, copy an article from free article website so i can increase the traffic of this site first before i upload my daily photo, haha enjoy then

Christmas is Special Time to Washington is named after George Washington, who is the first president of the United States of America. But going here is not a boring thing, truth is, you can experience all the fun and excitement on their famous amusement parks.

Washington is also known as the “State of Washington” or the “Washington State” in order to distinguish it from Washington D.C., which we all know as the capital of the United States of America. This state has a lot to offer to the tourists and guests. There are many outdoor adventures that are open for the whole year wherein a visitor might want to drop-by. It varies from their national parks and myriad rivers to their waters off the coast. The popular activities here that a visitor can do is hiking, camping, and rafting in the midst of the state’s natural grandeur. Even by that, it could be an enough reason to make the trip memorable.

But to make the most out of the expedition, you have to visit their famous amusement and theme parks. The three of the most popular theme parks in Washington are: the Riverfront Park, the Wild Waves Theme Park, and the Fun Forest Amusement Park.

Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park, one of the Washington theme parks, makes a wonderful family vacation destination. There are cool rides and fascinating attractions in this park and that includes:

The Spider - this is best known for its exciting ride of twirls and spins.

The Sizzler - the expeditious ride at the Pavilion that moves at about 70mph

The Dragon Coaster - a one of its kind coaster for kids that sets a punch

The All-Famous Ferris Wheel - take a ride and enjoy the fantastic sight of the

Riverfront Park

The Tilt-A-Whirl - a ride that would send its rider into a thrilling world of spins and whirls

The Red Baron - a very colorful bi-plane that can contain two kids

The Bump Cars - small cars run by electricity and has rubber bumpers

The Kiddie Bumper Boats - also has rubber bumpers and very safe for kids

Wild Waves Theme Park

The Wild Waves Theme Park is Washington amusement park located in the Federal Way, Washington. This recreational spot was opened to public during 1977. The Wild Waves was built nearby the Enchanted Village. At first, the park site held only six rides, today it is a very known and famous summer vacation destination in Washington, specifically in the Pacific Northwest.

A list of attractions in Wild Waves Theme Park includes the following: the Zooma Falls, Konga River, Hooks Lagoon, and Python Bonzai Giant Waterslide. Along with Rampage Bonzai Giant Waterslide, Bonzai Giant Waterslide, Bobsled Bonzai Giant Waterslide, Raging River, Speed Slides, Arrowhead Splashdown, Wave pool, Activity Pool and Warming Tubs. All these and more at Wild Waves Theme Park located in the breathtaking State of Washington.

Fun Forest Amusement Park

If the parents would like to show their children some of the cultural richness of the Seattle Center, they can forget that once their kids hear about the roller-coaster music or the barkers that beckons them to shoot all their might to win a stuffed-pig trophy here at Fun Forest. It is really an extreme mix of the 60’s corniness and color that make it almost very retro-hip.

The Fun Forest Amusement Park features an indoor pavilion, in which you can play laser tag, miniature golf, and video games, trendy in car racing. The youngsters might want to choose the Puff-and-Dumbo rides. Meanwhile, just outside the pavilion is the more traditional carnival fare, which includes a Ferris wheel and Wild River ride, a merry-go-round and a roller coaster. You can also find here the common amusement park foods such as corn dogs and hot dogs, snow-cones and cotton candies. If you still want more, try walking a few feet going west to the Seattle Center House and you can find its vast food court.

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