Snohomish Inn

Address: 323 Second Street, Snohomish, Washington, 98290, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 323 Second Street, Snohomish, is near Ocean Shores, Craven Farm, Blackman House Museum, and Green Mountain.
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      Scary Raccoon

      A travel blog entry by toniandtom on Aug 08, 2014

      19 photos

      ... and then start my next assignment on Monday 11th August which is data entry for a law firm which will be cool. This assignment will go for 3 weeks. We went to Seattle last weekend for a night. It was just amazing, the city is full of culture but god there are some weirdos... I'll explain shortly. As usual I was nervous when we lined up at the boarder crossing, the American immigration guy had the cheek to imply that it has taken me a while to find a job... I could ...

      The streets of Seattle

      A travel blog entry by chris.simons26 on Jun 11, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... of socks. Shockingly, choosing socks ended up taking more time! (US department store offers are, it turns out, too confusing for man to comprehend and so the ones chosen weren't included and Chris was determined to only buy things that did receive the discount!)

      A successful day where we packed a lot in without feeling overly rushed was completed with a tasty but unusual pizza dinner and some more plotting for tomorrow, when we pick up our car and hit the road!


      A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Aug 21, 2013

      23 photos

      ... but you don’t walk it all on the tour, thank goodness. Lots of the shelves/desks/machines/parts stores are on wheels and can be moved aside to allow wings etc to be attached to the plane bodies – a real challenge, I would have thought. My husband loves technical stuff and really enjoyed the visit; I am the opposite but also found it fascinating, so it really is suitable for everyone. Back at ...

      A day in Seatlle

      A travel blog entry by roxie.carpenter on Jul 15, 2013

      10 photos

      ... br>
      Its uphill the whole way to the needle and the sun has decided to bless our journey upwards with its heat on our backs. Im impressed with the needle although surprised it isn't taller. I imagine the top is secretly a form of futuristic space ship cleverly disguised ready for an escape if theres an apocalypse, that or just a architectural triumph.
      The view from the top is windy but wonderful! Im rubbish with heights so don't spend too much time on the outer ...

      Sleepy in seattle

      A travel blog entry by jess1833 on May 20, 2013

      59 photos

      ... Viennesse much awaited but I had it with almond milk which is alot more distinctive than soy when heated and it RUINED THE MOST PERFECT THING IN THE WORLD but that's ok. As the American's would say "I'm over it." Oh and I also had a bunch of the classic seattle lattes when i was worried my hands had stopped shaking from caffeine intake

      In Seattle people play bike polo. This looks bizarre. Everything you've heard about Portland being hipster and strange? ...