Countryman Bed And Breakfast

119 Cedar Ave, Snohomish, Washington, 98290, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Snohomish

The Layover- what to do in 5 hours in Seattle?

A travel blog entry by drake34emmohn1


... people and the food (well maybe not the food). The group travels through the USA & Asia and reveals insider tips that only the most seasoned traveler would know. Take a look at the photos what they did in their 5 hour layover.

It does not get any better than this, they will soon be back in the land of ice & cold. Stay tune for their travels to end in Minneapolis. ...

Smells Like Teen Spirit

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

I keep forgetting to mention this but tattoos are everywhere here. Almost everyone of my generation has some elaborate design(s). They are of a lot better standard than the travellars type. They don't have the 'ooo really?' reaction though they don't all seem to have been thought through. In Portland I passed a guy with a skull tattoo covering his face. Maybe he is just planning on dying young. Getting to the bus station was a lot smoother than getting from it, although it did involve ...

Time to go back home from Seattle

A travel blog entry by goodner

... We had a little extra time to visit Pike’s Place market again, and Ashley took us (though gagging herself) to the wall of gum. Truly gross, but Sam Jackson and Catherine both added their chewed gum to the piles of ABC gum countless tourists have left there before. We sampled some chocolate covered cherries, and bought some for the kids’ visit to Nona next week as a surprise gift. We drove Ashley back to her car, leaving ...

Rhinos & Rivers: Kaziranga, Mongla, Kuakata

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle


... There were little boats everywhere, colors as good as ever. He walked us through markets that seemed to have a good selection of vegetables and of course huge amounts of seafood. Most of the lobster tails are shipped abroad so generally you just see lobster heads in the market, actually a surprising amount of meat in them though. We hung out by the port on this side, watched this little place wake up and get quite bustling quickly. There were no foreigners around that we could see.

Leavenworth, Snowqualmie, and Sammamish

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... to Leavenworth we thought an ice cream was in order. Than Erin suggested that we eat at Andreas Keller as she was really hungry. So we ate there again. We were able to get a parking place on Front Street and didn’t have far to walk. Thank God! Going down and back up the stairs was really taxing my calf and thigh muscles. Erin and I had Schnitzel Cordon Bleu again and Larry had a bratwurst with Kraut and German Potato ...


This hotel, located on 119 Cedar Ave, Snohomish, is near Ocean Shores, Craven Farm, Blackman House Museum, and Green Mountain.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Countryman Bed And Breakfast Snohomish

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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