Capitol Hill Inn

Address: 1713 Belmont Ave., Seattle, Washington, 98122, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the First Hill/Madrona area of Seattle, is near Elysian Brewing Company Capitol Hill, Pacific Place, Market Theatre, and Hothouse Spa & Sauna.
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Travel Blogs from Seattle

Several Approaches to Sheet Metal Fabrication

A travel blog entry by jake9clerk on Nov 02, 2014

The sheet metal fabrication approach was created a long time ago. Previously, hand tools or maybe equipments were utilized with regards to fabricating various types of alloys. While using scientific and technological development several innovative and useful technologies and systems have advanced to complete the procedure of metal fabrication. A lot more improved as well as quality tools can be obtained currently. While using scientific ...

New Balance Shoes Most Effective Balance

A travel blog entry by age36seat on Sep 24, 2014

... it didn't make the corporation wealthy. It had been not until 1973 which New Balance grew to become a spouse and children team title. With a new chairman for the helm, Jim Davis, the corporation expended very seriously inside their new athletics collection, particularly footwear regarding runners. And finally, amongst these utilised a pair with regards to the nationwide period. Tom Fleming won the ...

Sleeping in Seattle

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 03, 2014

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... they must love their java.

One of the things I didn't mention is how surprised we were that Kalispell, a town of almost 20,000 people, had a Costco and two bedroom, ranch-style condos starting at $650k. Looks like a lot of construction going on all over town. Dick was wondering if Kalispell is one of the recommended retirement cities? Although not sure I would want to winter there.

We drove through Idaho ...

Our last day in the USA

A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Sep 03, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

Another magnificent breakfast cooked by our hosts Linda and Tom, of waffles with homemade caramelised syrup and fresh fruit, saw us ready for another day of exploring Seattle. Our home away from home, the car, in which we had driven over 1600 miles (with no major accidents!) was returned this morning before taking the light rail into town. Seattle has a great feel about it with beautiful baskets of flowers displayed on lamp posts ...

Back to the USA, but First...

A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 22, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... it is conveniently located when your schedule is limited. A bit pricey, but really comparable to most tourist attractions with its broad appeal. We were fortunate enough to arrive just before 10:00 AM and the parking lot was pretty empty (by the time we left it, and the lagoon, were well populated). The lagoon itself was formed in 1976 as a result of operating the nearby geothermal energy plant. With an extremely high silica and blue-green ...

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