The Corner House

Address: 102 18th Avenue East, Seattle, Washington, 98112-5216, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Capitol Hill/Madison Park area of Seattle, is near Elysian Brewing Company Capitol Hill, Hothouse Spa & Sauna, Northwest Pendleton, and Martin-Zambito Fine Art.
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Travel Blogs from Seattle

A bear theory

A travel blog entry by lcarnegiebrown on Nov 29, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... bear music).

Scenario 3:
This is when you somehow manage to anger the bear. You then have a few options for how you would like to spend the remainder of your shortened life, none of which are particularly appealing…
The first is to drop a bag or some other sacrifice for the bear; this may distract it and give you ...

Day 42: Seahawks, Cowboys, and Thai

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 12, 2014

1 photo

... to celebrate the win! After the game we hopped back on the bus and headed north, up to Misha's place. Dustin recommended and met us for a Thai meal close by, then Levi and I went for Haagen Dazs to top it off! It was a great end to another great weekend on the road. Tomorrow I begin my trip down south, signaling the finish of my trip. Granted, I still HAVE two weeks left, but to me it's ONLY two weeks left! Sad ...

Home

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Oct 04, 2014

3 comments, 1 photo

... appeared and told the Indian lady that she was in her seat. So we both got up, let the English lady in, and the Indian lady asked me if the middle seat was her seat. Uh ... sure? We all got settled in, figured out which seatbelt belonged to which seat, and the Indian lady (I'm just going to call her Priya from now on) pulled out her blanket and put it over herself. Eventually she had moved around so much that the blanket bunched up, with quite a substantial bunch being on ...

Sleepy in Seattle

A travel blog entry by swandawg on Sep 27, 2014

102 photos

... have a bit of a jam session. Of course I got roped into singing (it really didn't take that much coaxing though to be honest). So I spent that night singing and dancing with old dudes in a blues bar. And loved it. I was even told I was as cute as a bugs ear at Easter time which is when they are at their very cutest. Who knew eh. Who knew.

The next day Mia and I took the trek up to the Space Needle to make sure we really deserved our posh lunch. Our waiter was a really ...

Day 13 Victoria to Seattle

A travel blog entry by geoffq on Aug 24, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... our ferry then travelled for 3 hours leaving Victoria and arriving in Seattle at 1430, went through Border Security and U.S. Customs.
The trip was nice and smooth on the ferry, a full ship of 324 persons, and the time seemed to fly past, next thing here we are arriving in Sunny Seattle, boarded the bus again for the 10 minute trip to our ship the "Grand Princess" we were through customs again and on the massive vessel just after 1500 into our cabins to get our Life Jackets, ...