Travel Diary : Seattle

Two weeks ago I went on a spontaneous trip to Seattle with my 2 good friends. I look up flights to the cities that are on my list and if its cheap I told myself that I would just book it and go, and thats exactly what I did. I quickly texted my friends and was able to convince them to come with me. We went on this trip with an open mind and a blank itinerary and enjoyed every minute of it. These photos pretty much sums up everything we did and hopefully you guys enjoyed my little Travel Diary to Seattle =D.

Warwick Seattle Hotel
401 Lenora St, Seattle WA 98121

I Stayed at the lovely Warwick during my trip and was able to find a room using the HotelTonight app. I recently found out about this cool app through some friends. The app was really easy to navigate and I was able to book my room fairly quick. The app allowed me to go through the photos of the hotel and that really helped me decide on this place.

My experience here was AWESOME! The staff was really helpful upon check-in and gave me some great recommendations on where to eat around the hotel. The rooms were spacious, they offer a pretty great view, and the beds were so comfortable! I will definitely stay here again in the future.

First stop was Starbucks of course. I went on yelp to find the location for the first Starbucks and those yelpers lied! They left reviews saying this was the first one ever. I didn’t do my research prior to coming here and ended up snapchatting about it just to be corrected later on during the day. Don’t be fooled like me guys! The first Starbucks is in Pike’s Place Market.


Biscuit Bitch

1909 1st. Ave, Seattle WA 98101

We stopped by Biscuit Bitch for breakfast since it was highly recommended by so many people. My first impression of this place was I noticed how small it was, but there was a line wrapped around the building. The seating is very limited but it opens up pretty quick. We ordered 1 of everything to try and was everything was pretty good.

Space Needle & Chihuly Garden and Glass

The first thing on the list was the Space Needle and the weather on that day was perfect. I suggest doing the ticket combo for around $40.

Pike Place Market is such a cute place! There are so many restaurants (that offer fresh seafood), brewery, flower marts, grocery stores, and bakeries. You can easily wander here for a few hours. 

Gum Wall (One of the things Seattle is known for)
1428 Post Alley, Seattle WA 91801

Seattle Public Library

1000 4th Ave, Seattle WA 98104

Snoqualmie Falls

6501 Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie WA 98065

Only 30 minutes away from the city and definitely worth the drive. The view of the waterfall was beautiful and its something we don’t really have in Los Angeles. We spent a good 2 hours here taking photos and just taking it all in.

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  1. November 30, 2016 / 6:06 am

    Thank you, you are awesome.
    Glad you enjoyed our city.:)

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