Tayberry Victorian Cottage B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTayberry Victorian Cottage B&B Puyallup
The Tayberry cottage is the best bed and breakfast in Washington! It is so cozy and comfortable. The owners are kind and generous people. Offering us great food and excellent company!
We will definitely be back to this beautiful home!
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... Our parents became friends when David & I were 2, we won't talk about how many years ago that was :) David had our whole crew over for a delicious brunch & we got a chance to met his wife, Jessica, & his beautiful baby girl, Crosby. My kids were delighted to have a baby to dote on & entertain.
After brunch, we journeyed into downtown Seattle. We did a little driving & saw the Space Needle, the harbor & ...
Dirt will always be the primary enemy involving floors. Strolling over time causes fine scratch which cause dreariness as well as larger particle regarding sand or even rocks trigger noticeable scratch. a handful of behavior here includes:
* Glides as well as lessen bottom protectors beneath chairs as well as table legs in order to stop feasible scratching
* Flooring mats as well as foot brushes to pick up dirt at all ...
... these walls could speak.
But October 1st marks the day that I no longer have to get home to close the chicken coop, chop firewood, plunge a toilet, pull a weed, call the furnace company. I'm homeless. Happily, homeless.
While I still have not heard word of where I'll be sent or when they will send me, I have made my ...
We're on our trip! Thursday afternoon (Sept 5, 2013) we set up camp at the Puyallup Elks and waited for Larry and Kathy to arrive. We had dinner in the trailer and planned the next day at the fair.
Friday (9/6) we met Kathy and Larry at their B&B (Hedman House) and walked to the parade route, about 5 blocks away. We watched the opening parade which ...
... Skylights to the lower level still exist as purple looking tiles set in the city sidewalks. Very cool! The tour took us down to the original main floor and our tour guide had tales of intrigue surrounding the rebuild.
One day wasn't enough to explore Seattle but we have many adventures yet to come and have to hit the road. I'm sure I'll be back anyway. After all, great markets (and their cities) are worth a second visit.