The Grove, West Seattle Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the while city burned to the ground in 1889 and as everything was made from wood, it was completely flattened. So when they rebuilt it, they raised the level of the city, to avoid the tidal issues, and it created a whole city under the city. It was super, super interesting. A lot more history there than I'd anticipated. The most exciting part of Seattle was collecting our rental car on our way out!! No more catching buses and train for these ...
... the guest list baby. Being the first night out I had had which had been kind of on my own, it was a little odd to start with. Luckily I enjoy people watching and soon enough I spotted Vern and her band mates from Prizehog who I got chatting to. I had made sure not to listen to any of their music (or the headlining band, A Minor Forest) so I had literally no idea what to expect... was I going to get funk? Pop? Hipster indie? I just didn't know. So when they started up some epicly ...
We awoke to a cloudy day, and had a really good sleep last night, it was a long day yesterday. Up stairs, and being the 1 September it was our host Mikes birthday, so good wishes and Happy Birthday for Mike. After breakfast we were in the car where Caroline and Mike took us into town, from Mercer Island to the city is about 10 or 15 mins, so we went via the Coast Guard terminal, into the market area, called Pikes Lane, and there ...
... took a train to Portsmouth and caught a night ferry to Caen, France. Our second stop was the Normandy region of France. We explored the small town of Bayeux. One of our most memorable activities was the touring the World War II sites. From Bayeux we took a train to Paris. Hopped a plane to Pisa entering Italy. A train from Pisa to La Spezia and transferred to a regional train to our final destination in Vernazza, Cinque Terre. After a few days ...
... Everything in the city is so open, fresh and lively, you never feel closed in or far from nature. All in all, a pretty perfect way to end our first afternoon in Seattle, and just a small sample of the humble beauty it has all around it.
Oh and the weirdest thing happened that night. While we sat and played cards in the common room, Seb whispered to me, "See that chick over there with the glasses? Who does she remind you of?" I had a quick lurk and decided she looked ...