Holiday Inn Seattle - Issaquah
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... There, we also watched salmon making the same trek from the sound to the lake. No locks for them, but they do have the help of a 21 step ladder and a tunnel. Another day we headed to Snoqualmie to visit the Falls, and on the way found a u-pick your own, blueberry farm. Eight and a half pounds of blueberries is a Lot of blueberries. Then on a walk we discovered a seemingly endless supply of, free for ...
... arm and a leg. Yep, one of those, lined with salt and filled to the brim with tequila. I'm proud to say that I handled it better than all the boys. The first bar had the feel of a log cabin about it: it had stuffed bison and elk heads mounted on the wall, as well as wooden booths and a sweet outdoor patio under some lanterns. There was quite a few of us, and of course our small posse showed everyone how dorky we were by playing Heads Up in the middle of the ...
... greenway trail, wildflowers, and a baby rabbit in our campsite.
Day 3 & 4--stayed in Mt Rainier National Park. Highlights: Seeing the mountain on a sunny day! (when we arrived and when we left the park was covered in fog, Thursday was sunny and warm and clear!), countless waterfalls, and a 15 + mile hike!
Day 5 & 6--Seattle, WA.
... health might appear such as a large and difficult task. Issues related with teeth can include ulcers, cavities, accumulation of degree/ smear or even the most frequent problem related to the teeth i.e. getting a shaded yellow layer on the external surface. Each one of these conditions present that your teeth are not in a healthy body. And or even cared for, they may cause considerable injury to your teeth and mouth as time goes on. ...
... trip in the place called "Glo's". They told me their coffee was from a small roastery on the Bremerton Island and it was just delicious (I had three cups ;)). "Glo's" is also a perfect breakfast/brunch spot!
Seattle is also home to Starbuck's and so here, near the Pike Place Market, you can visit the very first Starbuck's in the world. It's sweet to see their old brown logo and the shop itself is really cut but we didn't enter as there was a huuuuge ...