Soundview Cottage B&B

Address: 17600 Sylvester Rd SW, Seattle, Washington, 98166, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 17600 Sylvester Rd SW, Seattle, is near Kubota Gardens, Kubota Garden, Elliott Bay Waterfront, and Ed Munro Seahurst Park.
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    No battle in this Seattle

    A travel blog entry by roweraoul on Jul 19, 2015

    14 photos

    ... in the coming years." There's a lot more construction than in most American cities and about the same number of homeless downtown I.e. quite-a-lot. Its early history was kinda gross too.

    • Anyhoozle. Day 1,top gun tour guide: Elyse. Pike Place market walk. This market by the sea is a BIG deal. Not just for tourists....I think? It stretches above a highway and the ocean for a bit of a distance. Trademark/s: big ol sign (photo of course); ...

    Seattle Day 4

    A travel blog entry by rivaltothemoon on Jul 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... up with a $5 bill and the driver felt bad for me, so he just let me ride for free. I also had no idea where I was going and there just so happened to be another family going to where I needed to go, so I think they thought I was stalking them, but oh well.

    My first stop was the zoooooo. It was pretty cool. There were different districts for different regions of the world. I think I saw pretty much every animal I ever knew existed and maybe a few I didn't. ...

    Back to Miller Bay

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 11, 2015


    The advantage of an early morning flight is that there is no traffic and airport crowds are usually not as bad. Our return to Seattle began with a 7:15 AM flight to London with a connecting flight to Seattle. A bit of tight window at Heaththrow but the crowds there were also light and we did not need to change terminals, so it turned out not to be an issue. Why we were concerned about the flights was that today is the day granddaughter, Zoe, graduates from 5th grade (and will be ...


    A travel blog entry by hmetevier2 on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... families). Them we immediately saw the famous fish throwing. A gutted fish is tossed about for packaging and sale. They allow a tourist to participate. Some did well and caught the fish on the first go, others shrieked as the rather large fish flew at them. It provides entertainment. We walked through the market filled with fresh local seafood and fruits and veggies. The cherries looked yummy! I tried the chocolate covered one ��. They had fresh bouquets of flowers. The ...

    Sleepy in Seattle.

    A travel blog entry by jolawrence1 on May 04, 2015

    23 photos

    So apparently there are only 70 days a year in Seattle when it doesn't rain. And as I absolutely adore the sunshine you would think that I would automatically hate the place. I fact I was pretty sure that once I had ticked a tour of the Boeing Factory and a visit to the first Starbucks off the list, that would be it for me and Seattle would be 'done'... How wrong could I be! I bloody love it here. So much so that if I could I would sell the ...