Days Inn Seattle Everett
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... last visit even though we were meeting their $ guidelines. I don't know if the ramen was 'better' but it was absolutely delicious and the salmon donburi they had as an add on was delicious as well. They definitely win on variety, and they also recommend you let them know how well you like your noodles cooked which is, IMO, a friendly less soup nazi way of doing things.
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... the BBQ outside, great patio seating, and ‘lunch-box inspired’ desserts which are incredible (we try the fluffernutter cake that looks like a fluffernutter sandwich and chocolate mousse covered in sea salt crisps).
We don’t recommend the cocktails at Backdoor at Roxy’s unless you feel like drinking an entire glass of straight alcohol… but the High Dive bar is a great dive bar with live music, where we discover the Italian ...
... and a farmer's market . . . it is a 7-days a week operation, 365 . . . but especially crowded on a warm, sunny, Sunday!!
We had the usual wait for a cab . . . but eventually got dropped at the beginning of the market, right in front of a little bistro . . Bacco Cafe & Wine Bar . . . Carol checked out the breakfast menu . . . and declared that this little bistro, half outdoors and half in would work for breakfast . . . it was about a 10-minute wait . . . ...
... roses, and most any other kind of flower one might want. There were small shops inside selling everything imaginable from high end "Made in Washington State"; to items hand crafted in the Northwest by native craftsmen; to junky tourist stuff; to shops with Oriental and East Indian items. Then there are the sidewalk booths selling everything you can imagine. Sandwiched in between are food stalls and restaurants selling every kind ...