Travel Blogs from Seattle, United States

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The Baby is Here!, Seattle, United States travel blog

The Baby is Here!

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi

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Anna Rose proved her prompt sense of timing by arriving on her due date (February 24th). She knew that Mimi and Pops had a short visit planned before they were scheduled to go across the sea. Life is good when you have a healthy grandchild who has ...

Boeing Adventure, Seattle, United States travel blog

Boeing Adventure

A travel blog entry by julieblyth

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... thankfully. We walked back to the hotel and stopped at a local bar for a happy hour drink. Regan enjoyed the beer tasting platter. Seattle so far looks like a lovely city. Seems to be a lot of food places with a bit of character but will discover more ...

Sunny In Seattle, Seattle, United States travel blog

Sunny In Seattle

A travel blog entry by theoldfolk

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... of the day we just wondered around the city. It is very nice around the Space Needle, a magnet for families to chill out. Seattle is a very affluent area, but we have never see so many homeless people they are everywhere. We nearly got high on one corner ...

Trying to Shop, Seattle, United States travel blog

Trying to Shop

A travel blog entry by theoldfolk

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Sunday we took a bus to an out of town Shopping Mall not very impressed in fact the only thing we bought was lunch. Things are very expensive no bargins to be had. ...

The long drive west..., Seattle, United States travel blog

The long drive west...

A travel blog entry by sdunat

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... a few beers so that's the real reason I didn't blog.  And the two hour time difference doesn't help :)  But I made it to Seattle, to my cousin's place, in one piece.   The drive started out in Billings, Montana.  I got on the road, and ...

You just never know!, Seattle, United States travel blog

You just never know!

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury

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... . Mary's parents migrated to America before Mary and her brother were born, they owned 10 acres on Vashon Island, near Seattle, where they grew strawberries until the second world war broke out. Because of their Japanese appearance the family were put ...

I didn't think Seattle had so many hills..., Seattle, United States travel blog

I didn't think Seattle had so many hills...

A travel blog entry by sdunat

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... I would definitely be seeing some naked bike riders in the parade.  We parked and started walking... that's when I realized that Seattle actually has a fair amount of VERY large hills that no one warned me about.  We walked around, sweated a ...

Is it time to go yet?, Seattle, United States travel blog

Is it time to go yet?

A travel blog entry by laura_larae

Less than 1 month til London and my European Adventure and I couldn't be any more excited. Its my last quarter as an undergrad and I can't think of a better way to spend it. Plus... I'll be in Europe when I graduate. So I guess this is kind of ...

Walks in the city, Seattle, United States travel blog

Walks in the city

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson

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... about 300,000 people over three days.) Apparently Washington state has medical marijuana legislation and patient cannabis gardens, whilst Seattle's police have marijuana as the lowest policy and no longer prosecute simple possession cases, with the city ...

Sunset with a beach bonfire, Seattle, United States travel blog

Sunset with a beach bonfire

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson

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... downtown for $4 return for the short journey, to alight next to the impressive EMP (Experience Music Project) at the Seattle Centre. Not very music-obsessed or interested in paying to see handwritten lyrics or musical instruments which once belonged to ...

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