Villa Heidelberg Bed and Breakfast

Address: 4845 45th Ave. SW, Seattle, Washington, 98116, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the West Seattle area of Seattle, is near Alki Beach, Lincoln Park, Gray Line of Seattle, and Seattle Chinese Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Seattle

Day 42 - Wooden Boats & Fireworks on the 4th

A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 04, 2015

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... of any kind. We made it back to the hotel by 11:00, ready to get packing for tomorrow. Tomorrow will be a short day on the road, as we ease ourselves back into the routine. We are off to the LeMay Auto Museum, and then to spend the night in Enumclaw, WA just outside Mt Rainier National Park. Looking forward to getting back on the road again.

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Day 2: Underground tour, Pike Place & baseball

A travel blog entry by m.s.peabody on May 15, 2015

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... nothing planned for the morning, we (along with Doug & Karen) decided to check out Bill Speidel's Underground Tour and we made our way over to Pioneer Square. This turned out to be quite interesting with lots of jokes to make it entertaining, and to blur the lines of truth. We learned about the early history of Seattle, from founding through present day. The tour took us into 3 city blocks, underground ...

Seattle - The Emerald City

A travel blog entry by fourherrings on May 15, 2015

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... where they make their enormous planes. My dad came here in the 60's when they started to build 747s & he was about to build the model of the first one for Qantas. It was very special to be in this place that he had been & see them still creating those famous planes 50 years later. Had a jaw-dropping walk through the Chihuly glass museum & garden then downtown to the Columbia building for a ...

Mount Rainier National Park!

A travel blog entry by rose4 on May 03, 2015

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... even more impressive. It is the highest of the Pacific Northwest mountains at 14,410 feet. We drove up to 5,400plus feet, to the Paradise area, where we could easily see the Nisqually Glacier. All the "snow" we see at the top of the mount is actually numerous ( almost 25 in name) glaciers. So many interesting facts- 97% of the park is designated as wilderness. ...

Sleepy in Seattle

A travel blog entry by swandawg on Sep 27, 2014

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... I got to learn a fair bit of local history which is kind of the point of visiting all these places. Then I bumped into Trevor who I had met at the hostel and we meandered around the market for a while and had some lunch. Which wasn't good (the food, not the company). It's around about the time you're throwing up dodgy Mexican food in a hostel half way across the earth that you wonder what the hell you're doing with your life. Then you spend the afternoon feeling sorry for ...