Hawthorn Suites Seattle/Kent
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... green blanketing the rolling hills with the occasional field of brilliant yellow full-bloom canola.
Snoqualmie Pass had a totally different look than when we crossed it over 2 months ago in the opposite direction. Still snow on the caps of some of the mountains but lots of lush green where snowed would've covered and today, lovely sunshine rather than the snow.
As we get so close to home, there's ...
... your friend complain of the "heat" in the afternoons -- when it's the same temperature as a coolish morning back home. Nope, I think I'll stay where I am.
In fiber-related news, I made it to a lovely yarn shop (The Fiber Gallery, I think), and bought some pretty Sausalito sock yarn in variegated purple. They had a ton of gorgeous stuff, so I think I showed remarkable restraint in leaving with only those two skeins. During the course ...
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Well our 8am flight meant a 5 am wake up call. We were able to check in our room at 10 am , yeah! Went on the lite rail to pikes market and had a great time downtown. Went for brunch since we hadn't really eaten anything other than a yogurt for breakfast. Had some amazing chowders, bacon mushroom broccoli, traditional boston and clam and bacon. The mushroom broccoli was the best. After walking for ...
Finding a way to show Seattle to someone who has never been here was a challenge. Especially with only five full days to do it in and jet lag to contend with. I wanted to make sure we did more than the obvious list that would be found in the in-flight magazine.
Given that last criteria, the Pike Place Market wouldn't be the obvious first stop as it is the place all of the tourists on the plane talk ...