Remember that time we went to Seattle?
No? Oh, that’s probably because it was TWO MONTHS ago. Well, it’s time I wrote about it. Just know that even though it was our least favorite of the three places we stopped, we still really liked it. When you live in landlocked Colorado, anywhere with water and, more importantly, fresh seafood, is a true delight. Plus we had mostly sun and only half a day of that real Seattle weather, so thanks for that, Mother Nature.
We drove in from Portland and made it to our AirBNB apartment around 2ish and then, first things first, LUNCH! We did wander past Top Pot Doughnuts but I decided I should probably eat real food instead, so we wound up at Purple Café and Wine Bar. I got a lunch combo of half kale Caesar and mini fig pizza and was pretty sure that was the happiest I’d ever been. Oh and we shared a bomber, because vacation means mid-day drinking.
Afterwards, we walked along the waterfront down to Olympic Sculpture Park. There was some weird stuff (that head!), but mostly it was interesting, relaxing and just the right amount of touristy. And by that, I mean I knew we were doing something touristy but it wasn’t crazy busy and there were plenty of locals living their lives (aka walking their dogs or going for a jog) all around us. I really liked that!Read More »