Shafer Baillie Mansion

907 14th Ave E, Seattle, Washington, 98112, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Capitol Hill/Madison Park area of Seattle, is near Volunteer Park Conservatory, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Broadway, and Northwest Pendleton.
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    Day 20. Seattle, Disembarkation

    A travel blog entry by geoffq on Aug 31, 2014

    ... etc, then a nice sandwich for lunch. Afternoon was relaxing, starting off with the Farmers Market, very similar to ours with many people, lots of stalls, and on the edge of a park. We 4 then went to a large shopping mall to see if a camera is able to be fixed due to a little drop earlier on in the tour, but no go till we get home to Aussie. We had a look at the all Electric Car, very nice too, then a look at the large ...

    Heading to Seattle

    A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 14, 2014

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    Up very early we needed to organize and pack all our stuff and leave for the airport.  We had a few hours to spare once there so Steve got a haircut and we ate lunch there before boarding our plane for Seattle. The most annoying part of the flight was the woman who loudly announced that "Children should not be allowed to take up first class seats." as she walked by. Once we landed, got our luggage and found the shuttle to the hotel we were ...

    Day Three: Seattle Workout: The Bike & The Bar Hop

    A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 07, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and two granny smith apples that could have passed as bowling balls, somewhere between the Lawn and Ten Pin type. We loaded up and took on the traffic, which actually turned out to be surprisingly easy. Seattle is a pretty bike friendly city, and most roads have designated bike lanes, or else the cars just glide around you. I didn't really look the part - I left my tight and bright spandex at home - but man I felt it, particularly when soaring down the sloped ...

    Day 144: Long time no see, USA

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Mar 09, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... Only the father was visible during our visit, as the other half of the sculpture was behind a tall fountain.

    The two final works dealt with trees. One was an indoor exhibit focusing on a decomposing tree. The 'Neukom Vivarium' (Mark Dion, 2003-2004) combines the environment with art and architecture. The tree had fallen long ago in what is the now sculpture park. It was taken inside and allowed to decay and yet it continued to grow. I don't mean that ...

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