The Grove, West Seattle Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... booklet, I figured why not check it out. Well, I was in and out in less than 30 mins with my dislike for enclosed animal spaces well in tact. I've seen sad looking animals in zoos before but I didn't think I could see a sad looking fish but even these fish looked like they wanted to be let out!
From there I headed back through the Pike Place Markets again on my way back to the Seattle Centre to see ...
... desk, we gave the lady the address of our hotel, however she came back with the name of a hotel that we didn't recognise. We were seriosly confused for most of the ride, however when we checked in, they had our reservation so we didn't complain :).
The hotel unfortunately didn't have a room ready for us, even though it was after check-in, so we got them to hold our luggage while we went for a walk. We ended up finding a cute little coffee and donut shop a few ...
... next to me. The two of us already seated un-buckled and climbed out into the aisle so she could climb in. Turns out her carry-on is a per carrier for a tiny white puppy. The pet carrier was the size of a shoe box and this dog was the kind that won't grow out of its first carrier. The kind that the flight attendants seen to love to visit, pick up and hold through the night. The owner continued to talk baby talk to it ...
... and we had a great view of Mt Rainier, well I am pretty sure that was the mountain we could see from the plane. We arrived in our hotel by 5pm, after settling in we went out to have a drink and some tea as we had not eaten since breakfast. We went to Spitfire which was a sports bar, we had spicy chicken wings which were ok and I had a Salmon salad and a Cuban pork roll. It was then back to the hotel as I was buggered after little sleep the night ...
... great Italian food and wine at Cantinetta in Bellevue.
I have to mention that the people in the Northwest are very friendly. They are very approachable and interested in learning about each other. It was a remarkable and enjoyable vibe. For example, at Cantinetta in Bellevue we sat next to a couple and we were both drinking wine. After Tim struggled with ...