Extended Stay America - Seattle - Bothell - West
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... for when I'm going back to LA and then back to KC. So that's what's been going on lately.
On the 4th we went to a backyard BBQ with some of Jordan and Kirsty's friends. There were like 10 people (including us) and 4 dogs. The dogs were super cute I'll post pictures of them. I made mac and cheese and guacamole for it and we also took El Salvadorian pastries for dessert for everyone. It was ...
It was a really fun and informative two hour tour and Ed kept us moving and getting access to all sorts for Seattle treasure spots.
Our favourites included:
- The Arctic Club, once a gentleman’s club from the Klondike gold rush days with the walrus motif frontage and the clubby interior, now a hotel and the amazing Dome Room.
- The Ranier Building, the 31 storey building with the base ...
... any other. There are many stores there that you can find nowhere else and you'll manage to enjoy the prestigious institutions that are thought to be first class. You will perhaps come across special stores and stores that sell exciting items. If you're a shopaholic, Naples ought to be your destination.
The fishing tradition in Naples can also be among the biggest attractions ...
"Now, I say, there came to my ears a low, dull, quick sound, such as a watch makes when enveloped in cotton. I knew that sound well, too. It was the beating of the (halloween decoration box!. It increased my fury, as the beating of a drum stimulates the soldier into courage." AKA time to bust out the Halloween decorations!!!!!!!!! (L)LOVE(L) THIS TIME OF YEAR!!!!! And thank you Mr. Poe for the excerpt. Source: A Tell-Tale ...
... for years and is spread out over 3 floors of the market, with gorgeous views of the Sound. I could have stayed there for hours, taking in the familiar and much-missed view.
Leaving the market at last, we walked along the waterfront to the Olympic Sculpture Park. Here we admired and puzzled over the sculptures and envied the locals working out there and spending their lunch breaks overlooking the Sound - how relaxing. It was from here that we got our first ...