Inn of Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... trip only feels half started. I was basically like a kid on Christmas last night and was up until about 2am. I spoke with Cassi - she was just getting up for the airport. They apparently overbooked her flight to Calgary but thankfully she got the last seat. Apparently Croll luck extends to our travelling companions as well. Side note: the train from downtown Seattle to the airport cost me $2.75, Toronto-Pearson, figure it out. Next stop: Narita International ...
We awoke to a cloudy day, and had a really good sleep last night, it was a long day yesterday. Up stairs, and being the 1 September it was our host Mikes birthday, so good wishes and Happy Birthday for Mike. After breakfast we were in the car where Caroline and Mike took us into town, from Mercer Island to the city is about 10 or 15 mins, so we went via the Coast Guard terminal, into the market area, called Pikes Lane, and there ...
... to watch the fish "fly". Met up with our friends and spent the rest of the day on a custom tour of three wineries in Woodinville and Snoqualmie Falls. The view of the 268 foot falls was beautiful! We chose Ste. Michelle for our first winery and enjoyed it the most! They did everything right. Great tour, excellent tastings and ambiance to relax in. Knotting Hill Januik was our next stop along with Airfield Estates. We loved Airfield Estates where we walked in on a ...
... ticket a lady yelled out ‘hey you guys, have you paid yet, we are leaving and it’s outrageous to charge $7 for a Saturday so please take our ticket’. Wow we can’t get over the caring spirit we have shown so far.
When we came into town we came across a square surrounded by different food trucks including Thai, Indian, Mexican, Turkish, etc. We wandered around the block looking at all ...
... coffee and cream and then the coconut in chocolate. Everything was really good though. John's mom ended up getting a couple of truffles and a thing that looks like a giant s'more with caramel. Yum.
Literally stuffed full of chocolate we headed to Pioneer Square next to check out on of the few indoor National Parks. Klondike National Park told the story of the gold miners of the area. It was a cute and informative two level park. One part had a scale in ...