GuestHouse Inn & Suites Hotel - Poulsbo
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... directly underneath the market and had a pretty decent food menu, so it seemed like a good choice. We ordered what they call a ‘paddle’, which is a wooden plate with a handle and it contained six small glasses of six different beers. Julie and I worked our way through them, watching some baseball in the process, before deciding on one beer each to hook into for the afternoon. Anyway, late afternoon is upon us and we order some food for early dinner. ...
... to the owner and propel some good thoughts into the universe. We then got
super organised and booked accommodation for both Eugene and Sacramento, and
made a relative attempt at San Francisco before our square eyes begged for
relief. We gave ourselves some kudos and felt a little better with the
knowledge that we at least wouldn’t be homeless over the weekend. What’s the
moral of the story kids? If you’re travelling on the West Coast in ...
... probably Seattle's most famous attraction. Whilst the weather was nice, we just sat by it and took a few photo's - the plan is to go up it tomorrow, as the weather seems okay. As for now though, Anna's managed to sneak in a little nap while I've been writing, but she's supposed to be getting ready for tea! Gonna head out in a few minutes and try a Korean restaurant down the road; we'll let you all know how it was in our next post.
The scenery was spectacular today, another movie just going past all day only to be int erupted by meals.
This train has a parlour carriage and this afternoon we had free wine and cheese tasting - sweet says Russ, very posh and then we had tea there, we are stuffed. Also this afternoon I managed to get the wifi to work so I ...
... than to me, we often stream music from my smart phone. Unfortunately it is not possible to pair a music source with both headsets - resulting in more of the cables we were trying to eliminate. Anticipating this, Sena comes to the rescue with yet another device. The only drawback is that while it streams to both headsets, there is no provision for wireless connection to the phone. And because it is battery powered it's another device that needs to be charged every ...