50 lanes at this bowling alley! We were very excited to go. When we got there, the place was COMPLETELY packed. We had to wait for over an hour until a lane was available. Then when I went searching for balls, there were none! I couldn't believe it! They were very understanding and apologized. They ended up giving me a 3 free game pass for next time. Kenmore Lanes is your typical smokey environment. They also have a small casino in their building. I'll go again but not at PRIME time.
Tech City Bowl is a GREAT bowling alley. It is non smoking and very clean! They have just updated their restaurant. It is still a casual dining place but they are offering more than your typical bowling alley food. They also have a Rock and Bowl weekend events that get busy so get their early!
I enjoy stopping by the Yakima Fruit Stand. They always have beautiful produce that is grown locally. The employees are very knowledgable. Today I asked someone to help me pick out a cantalope since last time I didn't have luck picking it out on my own. I just cut it open and tasted it-DELICOUS! The fruit stand also carries a small amount of specialty products such as hispanic items, pesto, breads, jams, etc. I recommend stopping by the next time you are in Bothell.
I've only been to the Comedy Underground once. I had a great time despite the lack of AC. The comedy club is below Swannies Sports Bar. It is very dark downstairs with no windows. It just seems to trap heat! My entire group was sweating in the packed event. However, the comic was top notch and we had belly aches from laughing so much!!! The servers were just okay.
CLP was a great experience for my fiance. He worked for this labor company for over a year. During that time he not only received a weekly paycheck, he learned many important construction skills that he was able to apply while remodeling our condo. He enjoyed going to many different sites, working on a variety of tasks such as electrical, flagging, installing windows, ,etc. , and receiving above minimum wages. Even though it is a labor/temp company, he was employeed constantly for over a year until he decided to work elsewhere!
I've been a regular at Nail & You for over a year. Each time I go in the employees are very friendly. They keep their workstations nice and clean. I've had pedicures and manicures there and they are always very relaxing and I admire their work afterwards. I have also had acrylics put on and filled. Again, I have no complaints! If you are looking for a great nail shop, this is the place!
Lams Links is a fun, family course. They are a par 3-9 hole course. There are a few challenging tees. They have a couple ponds to shoot over or around. I've lost several balls:) I always have fun here. Green fees are inexpensive and they keep there course mowed nicely. They also have a miniature golf course! Have fun!
Last night my fiance and I went here for our anniversary. We were very impressed. The small restaurant was packed with people. The staff are fun and friendly. First, bread was served with chimichurri sauce and another kind of salsa. We had two baskets worth. We also ordered a delicious Argintinian red wine. We wrote the name down so we can find it later. We both ordered the filet. They bring it to you on a hibachi type grill and serve it on our wooden plates! When you order steak it is a la carte. We had a side of mashed potatoes. The steak was one of the best we've had!!! During our time there, tango dancers danced up and down the walkways next to all the tables. They even hopped up and danced on top of the bar!!! The dancers split up and danced with people dining. It was a wonderful and memorable experience.
I decided to obtain my MA in Educational Technology from City University for several reasons: They were less expensive than other MA schools, did not need to take the GRE to be admitted, program length was 1 year and a quarter with one weekend a month during the school year, and collegues who previously received degrees suggested I go through their program. It was great! I got my degree in hardly no time. It was a lot of work but definatley doable while teaching during the school year. My one complaint....educational technology has already changed since I got my degree. I don't feel like I gained much from that focus. If I was to redo my studies, I would focus on literacy.
I am a CWU graduate and truley enjoyed my experience at Central. I was a transfer student and spent 3 years in Ellensburg. I chose CWU because they were not too far yet far enough from home, smaller class sizes, and their reputation for having an excellent education department. I lived on campus in both a dorm and a student apartment and had no problems in either. Since it is a small town, you really have the community support. There are always fun activities going on campus. If you are looking at colleges, make sure you put CWU on your list!!!!