Auburn GuestHouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... running' today!
Finally we headed into Ballard for a bite to eat. We ended up at Kita's Authentic Greek Cafe where I had a lovely Chicken 'Gyro'!
Tonight we're heading into Ballard again to meet up with Shawn (who's been at work all day) at "King Hardware"! It's an old, disused hardware store that has been converted to a Bar. Monday night is 1/2-price Buffalo Wings & Beers! Now you're talking!!
... went off to breakfast, I kept my promise and only had the yoghurt parfait and a coffee. We then went down to the Coffee place where the internet is more easily accessed only to find that we had used 2 hours of internet when I had not logged off correctly the night before. This was annoying as I remember asking John to do so but he claims I didn't ask him at all. I sometimes wonder about our communication, I think the problem is when John is focussed ...
... meal at a Greek restaurant and a beer in a local pub in Burien. Seattle has made it onto our list of 'cities that we would definitely live in’. We loved it here and are extremely lucky to have such fantastic friends and amazing tour guides as Catherine and Jim to show us around. We will definitely be returning!
It was really hard to leave but time is ticking away in our trip so we said our goodbyes until next time and drove ...
... shots and a great night of course. We let out Carol, Coral, and Frank! On our way back to the Hotel we met our neighbors who are from Canada and they invited us out to Pasos. We shared our creative drink Frank taught us, a Gary Ablet (coffee, sugar, and beer, don't judge until you try it, for instructions scroll to the bottom of this entry.) Coral was in love with our waitress Emma Stone and her night was cloudy after we got there. ...
... 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 ...