Silver Cloud Hotel Bellevue - Eastgate
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... of the area, and the recovery that has taken place since then. The museum was very well done, and we spent about an hour or so in total there, looking at all the information.
We then took the drive to Mt. Ranier National Park, where the mountaintop was pretty much covered in clouds, but the area around it was beautiful...we took lots of pictures around Christine Falls.
... including the hospital area, the stadiums and parks and Bellevue off to the east.
The place we dined at was called the Steelhead Diner and the meal and service were outstanding. Just to top off the night as we left we were treated to a spectacular sunset over the bay, behind the markets.
On the walk back to our hotel we stopped in at Starbucks and picked up a coffee – wouldn't be right to not drink at Starbucks in ...
Today was my day! I was alone all day so I was able to do whatever I wanted. I spent most of the morning inside because it was raining out. Once the rain settled down a bit, I left the apartment and walked around Bellevue. I walked to the Sports Authority, Barnes and Noble, and a cupcake store. The Sports Authority was just for fun, as was the Barnes and Noble. I am kind of looking for a new book, so I was seeing what was new on paperback. I then sat in ...
... units and apartments being sold by developers. You might even find having an apartment unit is a lot better than having a house because of the fact that you will have a better view of the spot and you will have access to the numerous amenities at your disposal.
To let you get a better picture in the type of neighbors you'll be receiving if you livein pelican marsh ...
... was over. The 3-hour voyage went quickly and as we entered Puget Sound I spotted the cityscape of Seattle. The sun was shining and Neil was waiting for me at Pier 69. It was a bit of a walk up to the hotel but the choice was a good one. Having been here a few days Neil had sussed out the buses so we quickly found Pioneer Square and Bill Speidel's famous underground tour. When the city burnt down in 1889 and ...