Springridge Gardens Bed And Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Another magnificent breakfast cooked by our hosts Linda and Tom, of waffles with homemade caramelised syrup and fresh fruit, saw us ready for another day of exploring Seattle. Our home away from home, the car, in which we had driven over 1600 miles (with no major accidents!) was returned this morning before taking the light rail into town. Seattle has a great feel about it with beautiful baskets of flowers displayed on lamp posts ...
... Lads. We planned to go to the EMP Museum, a museum all about the rich music history of Seattle.
The building itself was pretty impressive with a metal wall that changed colour from a dark purple to metallic silver across the walls. It didn’t look overly big from the outside but actually took lie 3 hours to get round. Seeing some of the first guitars, which were invented in Seattle, Kurt Cobain and Jimmy Hendrix’s Guitars and the history of Nirvana and ...
... Miranda and William have a go at a movie-magic interactive display, where we get some unicorns and dragons to interact with them.
The next section is a horror section, and I can imagine it giving the kids nightmares, so we keep them outside of it while Lavinia and I takes turns wandering through. There is an interactive shadow display which the kids think is a lot of fun here, and keeps them distracted ...
... ability to harness it, otherwise don't try to to avoid becoming "flower".
Believe you have a sweater, winter sweater will make you great insight into this year. Wide profile, rich sense of geometric design make the sleeves long richer sense of volume. And hi-tech laminated fabrics of wool, leather or rubber and cotton fabrics, using high temperature and pressure, in combination, make your outfit instantly ...
... at himself in the mirror and repeats ‘I am the happiest man alive’ until his plastic smile is fixed and he’s ready to face the day. Please forgive my cynicism, but at 5.30 am it is simply too much . . . at least I have Ian Fleming to hide behind, the other passengers have only their groans. By contrast, Eagle Harbor is calm and beautiful. Cormorants line-up on groynes, undisturbed by the blasts on the ship’s fog horn. After 25 minutes or ...