Archive of posts tagged "seattle"

Seattle Museum Month 2017

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I love museums. I love museums so much that for our 10 year anniversary trip to Massachusetts we went to the Concord Museum and on my birthday this year we went to the National Motorcycle Museum while visiting family in Iowa. Given that our neighbors to the south are celebrating a whole month worth of […]

Spa at the Four Seasons Seattle: My Oxygen Facial

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Disclosure: Review — This is not a paid post. Opinions are those of the author. The spa treatment was compliments of the hotel for media review purposes. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

After our heavily caffeinated drive from Vancouver to Seattle, and after quickly taking in our room’s stunning 10th floor ocean-front view as the light change across the Pacific Northwest sky, Rebecca and I were quickly whisked downstairs to the hotel spa for some much needed rest and relaxation. A girls getaway isn’t complete and without […]

The Suffers Gulf Coast Soul Band from Houston

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“This is 2015, this is what soul music is,” Adam Castaneda of Houston’s The Suffers told me last night at the Sunset Tavern in Seattle. The 10-member band is currently on a West Coast tour to spread their Gulf Coast Soul sound to those hungry for real, exciting, and energizing live music. Somewhere along the […]

Seattle Mariners Safeco Field Renovations

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Disclosure: Unpaid, Personal Opinion — We had our own tickets to the Mariners game. The ballpark tour was arranged through Mariners' media relations upon my own request. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Safeco Field may not have the heritage cachet that accompanies names like Wrigley or Fenway but this all-American ballpark, that opened in 1999, is making its own history. Through advanced renovations and technology, its connection to the community, and forward-thinking attitude when it comes to food and beverage options, the Mariners are the main attraction […]

Obscura Day 2012

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Atlas Obscura Day is an annual event that happens around the globe as quirky, strange, and usual attractions open their doors and share their stories. While many of the activities are already sold out for the April 28th event, the celebration of exceptional and alluring spaces and places can provide ideas for future visits. In […]