Alweg Monorail, more commonly known as the Seattle Monorail, was originally built for the 1962 World's Fair. While it doesn't stand up next to modern day modes of transportation, it's a neat relic from days gone by. The interior is clean and spacious, with lots of windows. While mostly used by tourists today, locals still … Continue reading Alweg Monorail
After our visit to the Chihuly Garden & Glass, my boyfriend and I were famished. Enter Google, and a quick search led us to a cute little cafe nearby. Sadly, it was super popular and without a reservation we were looking at over an hour wait. So we headed down the block and decided to … Continue reading Bambino’s Pizzeria
I love stumbling across interesting street art and graffiti. Not the angsty-teen type tagging that seems to cover most surfaces in every city I've been to .. but the type with artistic talent and obvious thought put into it. During one of our walks through Bayeux, my boyfriend and I came across this piece. I … Continue reading Banksy, is that you?
Do you ever find yourself in a situation, where you're not actually sure what's going on? While my friend, Stephanie, and I were strolling through Jardin des Tuileries several years ago, minding our own business, we found ourselves in such a situation. We noticed a statue of a woman and stopped to take a look. … Continue reading Behind the Hedges
Bloedel Conservatory stands out like a weird space ship in a clearing atop Queen Elizabeth Park. Dip inside and you'll find yourself surrounded by lush vegetation and tropical birds. I love how they display air plants in pretty shells. This top one looks like a jelly fish to me. I highly recommend Bloedel Conservatory for … Continue reading Bloedel Conservatory