Category: seattle

Bread Street (AKA Stone Way) in Seattle

Unofficial Bread Street in Seattle (Aka Stone Way)

March 25, 2017

Work with me here-do you know the street in Seattle with the big, beautiful Brooks Running store on the corner and Evo sports and the delicious Whale Wins restaurant with the gorgeous mural on the side of the building? This street is named “Stone Way” if you look for it in Google Maps but I call it “Bread Street” and there […]

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Family travel airplane from Sea-Tac airport with kids

New stores at Sea-Tac Airport and a great parking deal

January 19, 2017

Is anyone else getting itchy feet to travel somewhere-ANYWHERE-and be swept some place far away right now?  I’ve noticed some fantastic seat sales over the next few months and drizzly Seattle weather makes jet-setting so enticing.  The last time I popped into the Sea-Tac Airport, I was just there for a visit, so I’m so excited that next […]

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Dolce Fine Coffee

Caffe D’Arte opens a new flagship in Pioneer Square!

December 5, 2016

Should you happen your way to Pioneer Square Monday, December 5th, make sure you stop by Caffe D’Arte’s new home on the corner across from Magic Mouse Toys and Cow Chip Cookies at 99 Yesler Way.  Everyone including the mayor will be there at 11am for a ribbon cutting and there will be free 12oz […]

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A visit to the Seattle Southside

When a soccer tournament makes a great excuse for a staycation in the Seattle Southside

November 22, 2016

I may have been a bit of a green-eyed monster hearing about all the places people were going for their Thanksgiving holidays.  Florida. Mexico.  Hawaii.  Belize.  But we had a soccer tournament that cut into our holiday so flying somewhere far wasn’t meant to be.  And usually the Seattle Southside is where we head through […]

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Puget Sound Energy Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility in Ellensburg

A windfarm you can visit in Washington State (Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility, Ellensburg)

November 9, 2016

Before you drive out to Ellensburg to visit one of the only windfarm visitor centers in the United States, realize that the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Visitor Center is only open from April 1st-November 15th.  If you are visiting during this time, there are usually some pretty awesome free tours and other events going on in […]

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Nancy Silverton at Macys

Free and Exciting events at Downtown Seattle Macy’s you should definitely put on your calendar!

November 4, 2016

This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of Macy’s however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. Macy’s in Seattle has been such a big part of my holiday season since we moved here over a decade ago.  I remember the excitement of shopping with all the beautiful decorations at the store and […]

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National Football Museum in England

National Football Museum (Manchester, England)

October 28, 2016

As a teenager when I dreamed of my future trip to Europe, the National Football Museum was not on my list of places I wanted to see.  I wouldn’t have known that football in England means soccer in the USA and I probably wouldn’t have cared about soccer here either. Fastforward to my real life; my […]

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