The Coffeehouse Northwest in Portland Oregon was a great start to our trip.
The ham & butter sandwich is a MUST!
I’ve had Voodoo Doughnuts on my mind ever since I watched their episode on the Food Network. Mario and
made a stop there last summer and can honestly say it was not worth the hour wait. However, we met a barista named Sarah from Bellevue
who told us about Blue Star Donuts in Portland, and they “blew” Voodoo out of their pink boxes haha!
Vancouver British Columbia
Breakfast at Cafe Medina
Our first experience drinking a green tea matcha latte.
If you’re in Vancouver during the holiday season, you have to try the chocolate peppermint donut from
Lucky’s Doughnuts located inside the 49th Parallel Coffee Shop.
was recommended to us by another barista we met here in Boca Raton at The Seed.
Adventuring in the woods near Lake Padden.
located in Ballard is a great spot for a delicious, hot sandwich.
Their bread was perfection!
Home to the first Starbucks, $10 floral arrangements (seriously so cheap for the size of them), the best chowder (Pike Place Chowder),
the best iced coffee ( Le Panier), the freshest berries, and my favorite place to take photos.
had the best breakfast sandwiches.
Snowboarding at Steven’s Pass
And lastly an image from a store front in Ballard. These gold dipped feathers inspired me to change my
website design and also helped me with creating my home office, which will be soon be blogged!