Auberge Edge Seattle, French Country Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... there were lots of tourist having their photos taken outside, but still very cool to see. We also popped into Ye Olde Curiosity Shop - where Severin and Jim were overly curious about the girls really short shorts in there so had to go back in for a second viewing!
As it was a gorgeous day we decided to have a fish and chip lunch at the waterfront, followed by a beer at The Pike Pub before strolling through the market itself. What an amazing ...
... Maya spent five years at the University of Washington which for me was on the bucket list. University of Washington, commonly referred to us locals as UDub, the home of the Hukies is a public research university in Seattle. Founded in 1861. UDub is one of the oldest universities on the West Coast and has one of the best medical schools in the world. We walked the grounds in the rain (rains a lot here) for some hours travelling through old buildings that smelt of history and nostalgia. ...
... nice rooms and a small balcony.
The hotel concierge recommended a nice place for dinner.... Serious Pie and it was amazing. Best Pizza we have had, unique flavors not over the top at all and we had heaps of it.
Di and Russ retired and Peter and I went on a walking tour around the streets. Not all that many people about but it was wonderful at night and a real pleasure to explore.
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... was largely spent sight seeing. Went to all the major attractions (Space Needle, Kerry Park which had some amazing views over Seattle, Pike Place Market, Waterfront etc) but it was more the unusual places that attracted/entertained me. Found some amazing Philly Steak place near Pioneer Square but that then was full of tramps! Visited Gum Wall which is it says a massive wall of chewing gum - pretty disgusting to be honest! Then visited the ...
... between Willie Nelson and Neil Diamond. He was an ex-New Yorker and drove like one. Feckin idiot ! Like most tour guides, he loved the sound of his own voice. Perhaps I could become a tour guide ???
We picked up a few more passengers and headed to the 'Future of Flight Aviation Centre' in Everett, which is about 40km's north of downtown Seattle.
Boeing has been manufacturing commercial jetliners for over 40 years. Today, the main ...