Amanda 4921
 
Seattle, WA
Curious animal, NW native. Growing the bucket list, living vicariously, and community managing at Trover. Always on the hunt for new kayaking spots. Say hello: amanda@trover.com
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The London Plane, Seattle, WashingtonThe London PlaneSeattle, WashingtonLovely brunch spot on Occidental Park in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square neighborhood. A rotating menu offers tasty selections from baked eggs to...Ocean Shores Kites, Ocean Shores, WashingtonOcean Shores KitesOcean Shores, WashingtonWindsocks, frisbees, beach toys, skim boards, pinwheels, and, of course, kites! An explosion of color and fun beach gear for your ocean adventures....Seattle Aquarium, Seattle, WashingtonSeattle AquariumSeattle, WashingtonLive out your Jacques Cousteau dreams and StarTrek fantasies at the Seattle Aquarium! Commune with Barney, Q and Hogan, the resident harbor seals,...Columbia City Gallery, Seattle, WashingtonColumbia City GallerySeattle, WashingtonGreat gallery in the Columbia City neighborhood featuring local artists working across media, from paint to ceramics. Love their rotating shows,...BOPBOX, Seattle, WashingtonBOPBOXSeattle, WashingtonGet thee to the Bopbox! Hole in the wall Korean fusion in the Georgetown neighborhood. Super speedy and delicious. This is the Bulgogi Brisket bowl...Palace Market Frenchmen, New Orleans, LouisianaPalace Market FrenchmenNew Orleans, LouisianaOpen air night market with a rotating selection of arts, crafts and food. Located in the eclectic Marigny neighborhood. Don your new ceramic bow...Oxbow Park, Seattle, WashingtonOxbow ParkSeattle, WashingtonI love roadside Americana, and it all started with the Hat n' Boots. These were formerly the office and restrooms of a western-themed gas station...Red Truck Gallery, New Orleans, LouisianaRed Truck GalleryNew Orleans, LouisianaFun & funky gallery in the French Quarter. Tons of cool pieces and reasonably priced art prints. If only the octopus chandelier would fit in my...French Market, New Orleans, LouisianaFrench MarketNew Orleans, LouisianaA former trading post and now a covered market, the French Market houses an assortment of shops and stands selling fruit, seafood, clothing, knick...Cafe Du Monde, New Orleans, LouisianaCafe Du MondeNew Orleans, LouisianaLoad up on chicory coffee and fluffy pillows of powdered sugar and magic, aka beignets! Cafe du Monde is a New Orleans institution in operation...Port of Call, New Orleans, LouisianaPort of CallNew Orleans, LouisianaHead to Port of Call for a giant delicious burger and boozy tropical drinks. I dig the old school nautical theme and awesome waitstaff. You might...Antieau Gallery, New Orleans, LouisianaAntieau GalleryNew Orleans, LouisianaAwesome gallery featuring the colorful works of textile artist Chris Roberts-Antineau. Lots of cool little galleries and shops in this area of the...New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, New Orleans, LouisianaNew Orleans Pharmacy MuseumNew Orleans, LouisianaVery cool little museum in the French Quarter with a unique collection of early medical treatments, terrifying surgical tools, voodoo potions and...The Court of Two Sisters, New Orleans, LouisianaThe Court of Two SistersNew Orleans, LouisianaMake reservations for this spot so you don't miss out on their popular jazz brunch buffet. Sipping delicious coffee on a sun dappled patio under a...Maison Bourbon, New Orleans, LouisianaMaison BourbonNew Orleans, LouisianaSeemingly one of the few bars on Bourbon Street where they aren't slinging drinks in giant plastic fishbowls and you can listen to jazz. Good spot...Preservation Hall, New Orleans, LouisianaPreservation HallNew Orleans, LouisianaAmazing venue and one of the best shows I've ever been to! Preservation Hall is an absolute must if you're in New Orleans. The in-house jazz band...The Dungeon, New Orleans, LouisianaThe DungeonNew Orleans, LouisianaThe entrance to this hole-in-the-wall bar reminds me of something out of Harry Potter. The bar is hidden down a long skinny gap in the buildings...Red Dog Diner, New Orleans, LouisianaRed Dog DinerNew Orleans, LouisianaGreat spot to escape the heat and cool off with a local craft beer. The food is delicious--try the deviled eggs. Snag a seat in the back patio if...Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans, LouisianaLafayette Cemetery No. 1New Orleans, LouisianaLocated in the center of the beautiful Garden District, this historic cemetery houses 7,000 "residents" in a single city block. Free entry but get...Zèle NOLA, New Orleans, LouisianaZèle NOLANew Orleans, LouisianaSuper cool artist's collective on Magazine St. Great variety of local arts and crafts. It's brimming with ceramics, paintings, prints, jewelry,...
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