Yeah I am slightly obsessed with all things Twilight, my whole family, fiance and all my friends think I am insane. You should absolutly go check out the sets, maybe you will have better luck in meeting them than I did. If you go to Vancouver make sure you call the Twilight Set Tours company. That is who I went through, I got so lost in Vancouver and they take you to all the sets and we even went by their hotel which right when I was there on the way to go look at the hotel ET Canada leaked their hotel and it was mobed with LA paparazzi by the time we got there.But the one set I do remeber is Bella's house it is about 10 miles or less inside the border they had it covered when I went by there so the only picture I got was a white plastic covered house, but it was still cool.
I am in love with Forks, and Port Angeles. I have already made plans to go back next year and take my fiances little cousin because she also is a twihard. We are going for the opening of Eclipse and staying in one of the Twilight rooms in Forks.
Associated Press/Ted S. Warren Vistors on the “Twilight Tour” in Forks stop at a house portrayed as the home of teenage vampire Edward Cullen, a character in the “Twilight” series of books by Stephenie Meyer.
And then in Forks, things got weird.
The Chamber of Commerce parking lot was jammed. Dozens of tourists, many of them teenage girls, thronged a tour bus. The Forks Motel marquee read “Welcome to Forks Home of Twilight Heated Pool.”
Forks, population 3,175, is the setting of novelist Stephenie Meyer's vampire series “Twilight.” She found this little lumber town, which neighbors the Hoh rain forest, searching on Google for some place dark, wet and American.
Thanks to the release of four “Twilight” books since 2005 and a movie in late 2008, local tourism has been rising faster than a zombie hand from clammy cemetery dirt.
The number of visitors has increased nearly tenfold in three years, the Chamber of Commerce says, and I saw dozens of travelers like Malia Suzui, 21, and Lani Kiefel, 37, who drove from Walla Walla.
“We had dinner at Bella Italia, where Edward and Bella had their first date,” Kiefel said, speaking of the protagonists as if they were our great mutual friends.
“And we've re-enacted things,” Suzui said. “I even asked somebody to mug me in Port Angeles. Pretend-mug.” (I'm told there's a near-mugging in one of the books. Not having read it, I just nodded.)
“And we have teeth,” said Kiefel, which sent them both diving into their bags for fake fangs.