HYATT house Seattle/Bellevue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hiking trail that winds its way along the coast and eventually makes it to downtown. I'd heard that the Public House restaurant is the most popular place to go eat so I found the trail and booked it to the restaurant. Along the coast I saw a ton of sailboats docked, just waving in the breeze. After just over a mile walk I made it to the Public House. Just off the main road tucked back behind an apartment complex and directly on the water. It was already busy and I walk ...
This morning we woke up late as we really did not have a lot to do. We slowly packed up and left the hotel around 11am. We headed down to Harbour City again and had lunch in the Lucques Tavern again, this time I just had the Chicken burger which was nice. We then went back to the hotel as we were both sick of the crowds, hawkers and beggars. We headed to ...
... is the name of the game on the road!
So, we had dinner with Katie Leikhim. What a great time and loved catching up,with her! Pat and John, you should be very proud! We went to Toulouse Petite where we had some wonderful Washington state rose that her brother, Chris, enjoys. That was a very good wine! For an app, we shared an asparagus wrapped in prosciutto with a poached egg on top. For dinner, Katie had ...
... year, but the whole city burnt down. When they were rebuilding the city, the requirement was that every one had to rebuild with stone and the buildings had to be at least two stories. The reason for that was that the council was going to raise the city streets by one story. The owners built their building and side walk. The council built rock walls around building blocks. To get ...
I decided a full day's worth of driving would best be passed by trying out Audible, an audio book provider. On the suggestion of our reading teacher, Ashley Rousseau, I decided to listen to Divergent by Veronica Roth. At just over 11 hours it did manage to pass the time but it failed to prevent stiff knees and a sore posterior.
I did manage to get an extra, unexpected stretch break in as I was held up on I-90 for about 40 minutes near ...