Category: Lake Union

Something New, Something Borrowed and Something that Smells Old

Something New, Something Borrowed and Something that Smells Old

[ 0 ] June 13, 2014 |

Summer for me has always meant hosting visitors- family, friends, friend’s pets, etc.. As summer enters in its own quintessential green, flourishing, Seattle way, I began the touring season in Seattle with a good friend of mine. On one of the most notable days, we decided to visit various Seattle neighborhoods and make sure to stop […]

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Trees, Hills and Rain: The Seattle Way to Navigate

Trees, Hills and Rain: The Seattle Way to Navigate

[ 0 ] December 9, 2013 |

Three things you are bound to encounter while visiting Seattle: trees, hills and rain. We have lots of these, and if there’s a slight chance you haven’t experienced all three, you may not have officially been to Seattle. Due to our varying terrain and love of water (both coming from the sky and surrounding our […]

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Seattle by Neighborhood

Seattle by Neighborhood

[ 0 ] November 15, 2013 |

Looking at Seattle from a literally aerial perspective, you can see a variety of hills and enough trees to reverse global warming. One of the most unique aspects of Seattle is the distinct culture within each neighborhood. Each one has so much to offer that it sometimes becomes difficult to leave the one in which […]

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Feel at Home in Seattle at Homewood Suites

Feel at Home in Seattle at Homewood Suites

[ 0 ] October 23, 2013 |

Usually I am a local-vore (person who only buys into locally sourced/made things), but for my hotel stay, I decided to try out a chain. Walking into the Homewood Suites (a branch of the Hilton) located in downtown Seattle, I was very skeptical as I walked into the clean and bright lobby. How could something be […]

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