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  1. Runner Girl Eats
    June 23, 2014

    Owning a bed and breakfast is something my fiancé and I talk about all the time! We love paying host and he is a great chef 🙂

  2. joelle @ on a pink typewriter
    June 23, 2014

    I love all the photos you shot! I’m dying to visit Seattle. A good friend of mine is moving there at the end of summer, so I plan to make a trip soon. 🙂
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  3. Stephanie @ My Freckled Life
    June 23, 2014

    Bed and Breakfasts are really the way to go! So much more fun than a boring hotel, especially for new places!
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  4. Sheena
    June 23, 2014

    Woodinville is fabulous! Secret little gem of an area in Washington. The last time we were up that way we stayed at Crystal Lake with a friend (they live there in the summers) during RnRSEA weekend, and went to Red Hook and Chateau Ste. Michelle winery. Both were fabulous (and possibly one too many wine tastings were had haha)
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  5. mary @ minutes per mile
    June 23, 2014

    wow, that looks like an awesome start to a getaway! minus the 4:30 wake up, of course. haha.
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  6. Sheri
    June 23, 2014

    It is so funny seeing people going to Woodinville for vacation. I grew up there and there was only one big winery and it was not all that long ago. You remind me I need to take advantage of what I have 10 minutes from home and take a vacation in our little wine country! Thanks for also letting me know there is a B&B there. Who knew.

  7. Katie @ Daily Cup of Kate
    June 23, 2014

    I love Omission IPA! I think checking out breweries and wineries is a must when vacationing. Your trip looks so fun- Scott and I have Seattle on our bucket list, we both have never been!
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  8. Sara @ LovingOnTheRun
    June 23, 2014

    What a cute bed and breakfast! Looks awesome! I really want to go to Seattle sometime. It looks like such a wonderful town!
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  9. Amber @ Busy, Bold, Blessed
    June 23, 2014

    I think I’ve only stayed at a true B&B once and I was not a fan. The walls were paper thin and I felt like you could hear every noise in the house. I was really looking forward to breakfast and then it was literally 1 egg and 1 piece of bacon… I could’ve eaten 3 portions of what they served. Womp!
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  10. Sam @ The Running Graduate
    June 23, 2014

    Red Hook looks like it was awesome! Going to breweries (and factories) is one of my favorite things to do when I travel. They also have another brewery here in New Hampshire that I would love to check out. I can’t wait to read more about your trip!
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  11. Mary
    June 23, 2014

    I think B&Bs are a very British thing. That’s ALL we stay in!
    Love the look of that cheese and meat plate. Yum! 🙂
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  12. Caroline
    June 23, 2014

    This sounds like lots of fun!

  13. Casey
    June 23, 2014

    I work in the brewing industry and agree about there not being a whole lot of good “gluten free” beers out there! Interesting fact is, Omission actually uses a filtering agent that a very large number of brewers use as part of their process as well. This filtering agent is used to clarify beer and it just so happens to bind with and remove gluten as a side benefit. Therefore most fully filtered beers are actually very low in gluten! The tricky part is that if you want to make a label claim that you are “gluten reduced” you become very strictly regulated to hit a certain spec every time.

    Just some fun facts!

  14. Molly Rose
    June 23, 2014

    So quaint! My husband and I were in Seattle, but for only a day (coming back from a cruise). I loved the town, but wish we could’ve seen more! I feel like bed and breakfast’s don’t get the credit they deserve … you don’t hear of them much. I’ve stayed in one in Carmel, CA with my mom a few years ago and loved it. I’m thinking I need to convince my hubby to go stay in one … any chance there was a flat screen? 😉

    Glad you enjoyed your trip both with blogging buddies and your hubby!
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  15. Laura@SneakersandSpatulas
    June 24, 2014

    What a fun time at the B&B! I’ve never stayed at one before but would love to try one sometime!
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  16. AndreaClaire
    June 25, 2014

    If you like a good brew, next time you should come a little further north to Vancouver Island. We’ve got a number of microbreweries well worth a pint or two. Plus, the Clipper from Seattle to Victoria can be a beautiful ride.

    Still, looks like you had a fantastic time in Seattle and Woodinville.

    My aunt used to run a B&B and we’d stay there when we’d got to visit. It was fun until I got old enough to run jobs while we were staying there!
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  17. Amelia
    June 26, 2014

    The B&B is adorable! What a great find.

    I just recently tried Omission beer at a beer festival and was pleasantly surprised too. It actually had a lot of flavor and some weight to it.

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