From blooming tulip fields to unsung wine country, the Northwest is yours to savor this season
February 12, 2015
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Twirl amid the tulips
Spring is the right time to catch the colorful crop of tulips in bloom in Washington's Skagit Valley. Celebrate at the area's annual tulip festival, then rent a bike and take to the road, exploring the valley while stopping for photo ops of the rainbow-striped flowering fields before you.
A mix of old and new makes Portland's riverside Chinatown a funky-fun place to spend the day. Hire a pedicab to pedal you around the neighborhood's attractions, eat at the new hot spot, take in the cherry blossoms, and more.