The Roaring River Bed & Breakfast
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We broke camp and stopped at sfthe same restaurant in Eatonville (brunos) for breakfast. I had the best meat omelette ever there! We took the back roads up towards Snoqialmie and got a room at the Sunset Motel in North Bend. After taking much needed showers we head back out on the road to explore the Snoqualimie Falls area. It was sn interesting falls owned by the indians. ...
... we had to stay 2 nights minimum. So we will be in Forks, Shadynook Cottages for a couple nights...then back to the woods for sure. This will get us thru this holiday weekend, as everything else seems FULL. Tonight we got to this campground and went to our reserved spot...and someone elses name was on it....i accidently booked it for NEXT thursday night..ARGH! I think Jie must have distracted me as i booked it, because how could i mess ...
4.30am alarm with a yellow taxi ride across to Vancouver Central Pacific Railway station. OMG! Whose idea was this? "Jen, it was your idea". "Oh". The Central Pacific was only 20 minutes from Jericho Beach at that time in the morning and it's also where the Greyhound buses and Via Rail run out from.
The trip today is on the Amtrak Cascade down the coastal track to Seattle. (Pre-booked online). The journey was approx 4.5hrs long (6.30am - ...
... and hang on our wall when we get home. There were lots that I liked but I managed to work it down to just 2. Will and I then walked the couple blocks back to the markets to pick up some nice big steaks, some shrimp for Will from the famous Fish Company and a fresh bouquet of flowers for $5. We well and truly enjoyed our experience but after about 5 hours and with cold goods in our backpack we made a move back towards the bus stop to head home. While walking to the ...
... days a year but we were lucky enough to see it for four of the five days we were there – we had stupendous weather. We quickly scoped out Pike Place as it was closing and hit one of Tom Douglas’s restaurants (a Seattle chef -entrepreneur) for dinner – Seatown- which was delicious.
First thing next morning we all did an excellent guided eating tour of the stalls at Pike Place Market (including Doughnuts, Tea, Fish, Chowder, ...