New Moon, the sequel to Twilight, is still an excruciating eight months away from being released and fans are starting to come up empty on ways to get their vampire fix. Until now! Kalaloch Lodge in Washington State is giving series followers a chance to live out their Edward and Bella fantasies.
The lodge, which is in the Olympic Peninsula (30 miles away from Forks, the town where the series is based), is offering packages that link up to some of Twilight’s most memorable moments. Through the end of May, for just $149 a night fans can do the Bella package which includes a special Twilight dessert, a map of Forks highlighting locations listed in the book, and Twilight trivia. You can also take the original Twilight package which is a two night stay.
Perched on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Kalaloch Lodges’ setting offers a range of activities that capture the spirit of Twilighters:
·Beachcombing for pebbles and sea glass on the beaches where Bella and her friends spent time relaxing and exploring tide pools.
·Visiting the places that Bella and Edward frequented such as Forks High School, Forks Community Hospital, and the Swan and Cullen residences.
·Hiking along trails than run deep into the emerald forest where the werewolves roamed and battled the vampires
Twelve miles from Forks is La Push which is the home of the Quileute Tribe and of Jacob- Bella’s best friend and a major character in the sequel.
Can’t wait to sign up for your chance at living out the book? Go to www.visitkalaloch.com or call 866-297-7367 and use the promo code: Twilight.
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