Seattle, Washington

So this is a continuation to our vacation in Vancouver. But Seattle is a special city; It is one of the few cities that I have returned to. I am all about the food scene, the young livelihood and nature options.

We did a lot of the tourist things here, which for the most part I felt was worth it. Most of the things were free so my wallet wasn’t crying so much.

The one thing I will open my wallet for is food. And Seattle doesn’t disappoint when it comes to food. It’s like if you open a restaurant in Seattle, it is defaulted to deliciousness. The first night we went looking for this place called No Anchor, but we went to the sister restaurant by accident. Of course, we were set on No Anchor, so we went for a second dinner. By far, this is my favorite meal of the whole trip.

One of my friends is a huge coffee drinker, so it only made sense to stop by the Starbucks Reserve Roastery. The place is immaculate. I wish I could afford everything for my apartment. I don’t drink coffee, so I opted for tea. The teas are good, but I was more mesmerized by the cute packaging. Always a sucker for packaging.

On the very last day, we hiked the Skyline Trail at Mount Rainier National Park. I don’t hike very much, but this is my favorite one out of all the ones I have done. I saw snow on one side and flowers on the other. It was crazy. The hike was relatively hard, but the views at the top are worth it. All I can say is power through the trail, you will love it.

I don’t return to many cities, but for Seattle, I did. I will probably return again in the future. My heart is over there now and the pull is forever great.

-Amy

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