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Briana McDougall



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QWestern Europe: June in Europe

My husband and I are planning our first trip to Europe this coming June. We’re planning on flying into Paris on June 19/20, stay there until the 23 or 24th. Fly to Barcelona, stay there until the 27th or 28th. Fly to London, stay there until the 30th. Fly to Edinburgh... See More

ASeattle: Must see/do on a 3 day trip to Seattle

Early October is likely going to be still quite beautiful. Make sure you get in some sort of tour that involves water.  Options include: Ride the Ducks of SeattleArgosy CruisesBainbridge Island Ferry​... See More

QWichita: Good restaurant for a group?

I'm headed to Wichita for my youngest brother's high school graduation in mid-May. Being the planner in the family, I am trying to set up a celebratory dinner, however, I didn't grow up in the city & haven't lived in Kansas in 4 years. What would be... See More

ASeattle: 2-day solo trip to Seattle - What to do?

Everyone that's already shared has some great suggestions, so I'll just add new:    1) Top Pot Doughnuts: on 5th between Lenora and Blanchard. The original top pot, delicious doughnuts, made on site. Do breakfast (maybe 1st breakfast) there... See More

ASeattle: Indoor kids' activities in Seattle

I agree on Pacific Science Center​ for kids of all ages. There's tons to do there & it's at the Seattle Center​, so you can easily go to the Experience Music Project​(EMP) or Space Needle​... See More

ASeattle: Hikes for a non-hiker in Seattle

I'd also check out Discovery Park​. Easy hike, beautiful scenery. See More

ASeattle: Best way to get to Downtown Seattle from SEA?

If you get in late & the Light Rail is closed for the night, I highly suggest Uber.  Download the app & once you get close to exits, request a car (black car if you're feeling fancy, UberX if you want to save a few bucks). They have flat rates between downtown... See More

ASeattle: Visiting Seattle and Vancouver in March

Late March can widely vary with weather.  Regardless, you'll get one of two trips (both worthwhile in my opinion). 1) Quintessential gray, rainy, mid 40s weather- It'll be a lot more sweaters and raincoat weather, perfect for visiting coffee shops, museums, stores,... See More

ASeattle: Where to go on a self-guided walking tour of Seattle

I agree with the info here so far. In "the market" (as us downtowners call it) there's a couple of little coffee shops that are great as well. My fave is  Storyville Coffee ​ on the top floor of the Corner Market Building.... See More

ASeattle: Restaurant/lounges that aren't too loud

Pintxo ​ for sure! It's on 2nd & Blanchard. Small, tapas bar. Great small plates, not too loud, great food.  I'll second  Local 360 ​ and  Tavolata ​... See More

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