Auburn GuestHouse Inn

Address: 9 - 14th Street NW, Auburn, Washington, 98001, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9 - 14th Street NW, Auburn, is near Muckleshoot Casino, Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection, Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden, and Mount Adams Wilderness.
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      Sleepless in Seattle!

      A travel blog entry by danandrach on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... good couple of hundred more so that was a bonus and perfect for our long drives ahead. On the way back we stopped at Green Lake to make the most of the afternoon sun. We just sat by the side of the lake with the sun on our backs, people watching. After an hour or so we went on the hunt for some groceries and cheap kitchenware to be able to cook and somehow ended up with lots of food and no way to cook it. We had to improvise that night and I put everything I could ...

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 14, 2014

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      ... However, we didn’t see any sea lions. The botanical garden is small, but there is a climbing tree and shade for a quick nap. Our favorite part of Seattle was sitting on the grass here and letting squirrels, Wilson, eat from our hands.

      Before heading back to the campground, we made our way past the Waiting for the Interurban sculpture to Gas Works Park. There is a large hill which is great for flying kites. The views of Seattle from this park are amazing! ...

      Smoothenbergs hit Seattle and the Space Needle

      A travel blog entry by smoothenbergs on Apr 07, 2014

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      ... they only had about 90 days per year with this kind of weather and view. Once again we are blessed. We decide to splurge a little and book into the restaurant at the top. Andrews 'poshest meal ever'. It was well worth it. A revolving restaurant at the top of Seattle as the sun set.... I think we will all remember. I have included a few photos, but Smoothie has far more amazing ones to share when we ...

      The Celebration Continues

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Dec 26, 2013


      ... in the 1980s. It's great fun!

      And then there's the food: in no particular order, Custom-cut Prime Rib, Clam Chowder made from wild clams dug by our hosts, Columbia River Salmon, ala Jack Cohn, aka "Dead Jack's Salmon" here in Washington and the list goes on. Lots of goodies for desserts and snacking help to make up for the walks...

      Today Lisa and Lynn hit the sales early and saved enough to use ...

      Heck, On Ice…

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Dec 22, 2013


      ... Seattlites might do.

      It was a slower trip than average with the windshield icing up and temperature staying about the same as when we had left Helena…in the teens. We made it without any significant "white knuckle" disorder present in yours truly's digits.

      Our guests welcomed us very well and we had a great bed. Lynn and our godson Daniel made cookies, as planned by his request. Our friend Mikey and I were in charge ...