This year the daffodils are out and about! Check out our experience in this video.
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Paddle Boat + Sun + Green Lake = FUN!
We really had a lot of adventures this weekend (you'll learn even more in this week's YouTube episode). We got to explore Green Lake. According to their website: Green Lake is one of Seattle's most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners, bikers, skaters and walkers. Many others use the athletic fields or visit the park for boating, picnics and swimming.Read full story
A great place to watch sports and have great food and drinks!
We stopped in The Westy in the Roosevelt neighborhood this weekend. Wow, their brunch was SO good! Anthony got the breakfast burrito, which hit the spot. Marlie isn't the biggest breakfast person, so she got their signature chicken wings. Honestly, they were some of the best chicken wings she ever had!Read full story
Juneteenth Events In The Seattle Area!
Juneteenth is this Saturday, June 19th. Juneteenth is a holiday celebrated on 19 June to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in the US. The holiday was first celebrated in Texas, where on that date in 1865, in the aftermath of the Civil War, slaves were declared free under the terms of the 1862 Emancipation Proclamation.Read full story
Seattle Chinese Garden: The Most Hidden Gem of Seattle!
We got to experience the Seattle Chinese Garden this weekend. It's on the South Seattle College campus in West Seattle. The mission of the Seattle Chinese Garden is to showcase the rich heritage of Chinese arts and culture to our visitors by building, operating, and sustaining a Sichuan-style Chinese Garden that serves as a bridge of friendship between our region and Chinese people around the world.Read full story
Have you been to Lincoln Park in West Seattle?
We heard about this "hidden gem" in West Seattle and had to check it out... Lincoln Park! It's a beautiful rock beach, near the Fauntleroy Ferry. There are trails for hiking, bike riding, and lots of picnic tables for rent. We personally love to lounge on the beach, so we took our chairs and enjoyed the water. It's breathtaking!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle: Top Five Reasons Why You Should Move to Seattle
Wow, it’s been officially two years since we moved to Seattle! We want to dedicate this episode to anyone considering moving here! We compiled our list of our top 5 reasons why you should move to this city! Let us know what you think! Grab TWB in Seattle merch at <a href="www.travelingwhileblackseattle.com">www.travelingwhileblackseattle.com</a>! Follow us on social media: <a href="www.Facebook.com/travelingwhileblackseattle">www.Facebook.com/travelingwhileblackseattle</a> <a href="www.Twitter.com/twbseattle">www.Twitter.com/twbseattle</a> <a href="www.Instagram.com/twbseattle">www.Instagram.com/twbseattle</a> Watch This Episode on YOUTUBE: <a href="https://youtu.be/yDA68hjM4ck">https://youtu.be/yDA68hjM4ck</a>Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Snoqualmie Falls & Tiger Mountain
Need to get out of the house? Check our review of Snoqualimie Falls and Tiger Mountain! Have you ever been to Snoqualmie Falls and/or Tiger Mountain? Get TWB merch at <a href="www.travelingwhileblackseattle.com">www.travelingwhileblackseattle.com</a>Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - SODO Wineries
Check out some awesome wineries in the SODO district of Seattle.Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Bonsai Museum
Check out our visit to the Pacific Bonsai Museum!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Whidbey Island Part 1
Check out our visit to Langley on Whidbey Island!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Lake Union
Check out our canoe adventure on Lake Union. It's so beautiful and serene!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle: Restaurant Episode 3 - Poco!
Check out this cute wine bar in Capitol Hill! Great for date nights!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Restaurant Episode 2: Jerk Shack
Jerk Shack is a great restaurant in the Belltown/Downtown area. Check it out and let us know what you think!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Restaurant Episode 1: Fats Chicken and Waffles
Learn more about Fats Chicken and Waffles! Definitely a cool spot to get some great food!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Top 3 things we learned about Seattle Part 1
Check out three things we learned about living in Seattle, while being here a year. We will have part 2 coming up very soon!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Top 5 episodes (so far)
Hi all, check out our top 5 places pre-Covid. We will have another top 5 very VERY soon! Learn more about us and get TWB in Seattle merch at <a href="www.travelingwhileblackseattle.com">www.travelingwhileblackseattle.com</a>.Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Tulip Town
Check out our visit to Mount Vernon, WA to this year's Tulip Festival. If you want to see beautiful flowers, great scenery, and purchase some awesome plants - this is the festival for you! Learn more at tulips.org. Let us know what you think of this episode!Read full story
Traveling While Black in Seattle - Fremont Troll
Have you been to the troll in Fremont? Check out our episode to see if you want to visit one day.Read full story