Soundview Cottage B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to tuck a key to the front door into my money belt. Not taking a car has distinct disadvantages, but I'm loving the freedom to let someone else drive. Taxi delivered me in a timely manner (1 hour early) to the bus stop downtown. I was really glad to see the Dungeness bus pull up and Tony greeted me by name. A short ride to the Kingston-Edmonds ferry, time for a few pics, a really short ferry ride, and the last leg deposited me at ...
... freeway and seeing the beautiful white coloured mountain was a lovely sight. It is 14411 feet high and is the second highest mountain in U.S.A. There are 36 Glaciers on the mountain and it is volcanic, last eruption was in 1894. It was not long and a few yawns, so all off to bed reasonably early, all ready for a good solid sleep again. Weather; Cloudy till 1100 then fine and sunny, no wind, no rain. Temp; 19 ...
... licence so had to go get my passport. We had a local beer – Mannys – and played pinball for a brief period, pinball is boring and pointless.
There was a recommended Mexican restaurant on the corner called Mammas so we ate here. We got a booth and ordered a quesadilla starter despite knowing that there would likely be no need for a starter, we are in America after all. Sure enough we did not need a starter,Charlottes burrito was monsterous and my ...
... food and drink etc all included despite it only being a 1 hour flight.
After a quick, cheap and cheerful ride on the tram into the centre of Seattle, passing both sports stadiums along the way (we later discovered that we helped to pay for them as one of the many taxes you pay when you buy stuff there), we arrived at our hotel. Another upgrade was offered and we were extremely happy with our room. We dined next door and plotted our couple of days in Seattle.
... the entrance named Rachel. We tired to add money to it, but it was so full that the change would not go down.
Even though we ate a huge breakfast we still partook in many of the free samples that were available around the market. The vendors seemed to be very liberal with how much you could sample. We had really good cheese, some cheese curds, Greek yogurt that tasted like a cannoli filling, olive oil, jellies, smoked salmon, pears, dried apples and ...