Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Bellevue
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... were two vehicles and four men standing around doing nothing. Typical!
In another 45 minutes or so we exited at North Bend to Snoqualmie and their brewery. We almost always got to this brewery when visiting Erin. It isn't far from where she lives. The first time we visited the only way to get their beer was to visit the loading dock at the warehouse. They gave you a sample but you had to buy what you wanted and take it with you. ...
... The food was expensive, I had the pulled pork (no bun of course) and Adam had the Ruban. We felt energized, but not enough to walk the 22 blocks to the space needle. So we took the Montarail instead. A man gave us a free pass to the top of needle ($26 x 2 saved). Our turn was not for another 30min so Adam took a nap under a tree and I people watched. All that watching made me think I really need brightly colored hair and many tattoos to live in this town. We took our ride to the top ...
... provided by my new friend Rosemary over 2 months in the UK. Upon my return I am
so blessed to be back in the nurturing home of friends Lan and Muriel. So the
natural next step for me is to create a rendezvous with situations which
provide that kind of base in Europe, along with income making opportunites.
I am desiring a creative, fun exchange with a technically talented
designer so that I can turn my blog into a strong, aesthetically powerful ...
... of veggies, fruit, and flowers!
Our tour guide, Lance, told us about The Confectional which was supposed to have the best cheesecake in Seattle, so, of course, we had to buy a piece. It was delicious!
While on the tour, we stopped by Pioneer Square which was the site of the Seahawk-Green Bay Packer Game Day Village which I guess the NFL puts on for the first regular season game with the Super Bowl Champs. Crazy full of Seahawk and Packer fans! ...
I also have some great college friends in Seattle. Jim Craig and his college sweetheart Christine have four kids and live in a cool part of town called Ballard which is where a lot of fishing / water activity happens. I met Jim, Christine, and Jeff Riley, ("Tree") who was a fraternity brother of mine, in Ballard for dinner and drinks one night. After recounting a lot of stories of my college years, I have either lost memory cells or I was ...