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- Left Wendy's and took a 45 minute drive to Titlow Beach in Puget Sound.
- Spent a few hours at the beach, went to lunch at Wendy's and left for an hour drive to Seattle.
- Stopped off at Bacon Mansion Bed and Breakfast and spent the rest of the day sleeping.
- The next day, I roamed downtown Seattle.
- I visited …
... photos barely do it justice. We enjoyed it thoroughly. We left downtown as the rain started up again. We went back to Issaquah, the town where Jaclyn works, and we all had dinner together at Ram Brewhouse. We had to wait in the bar for a table. People drink a heck of a lot of beer out here. If you see smiley pictures of Harold, you know he was partaking. I figured, what the heck, and indulged in a ginger ale. ...
... was too. As you can see from the photos - I can't stand up in it properly. Long and narrow, so long in fact, that I am told you could see the body flexing upon take-off and landing!! I'm glad I got to go in this one - saved $10,000, and almost flew!
The next is a Boeing 707 - the previous 'Airforce 1'!
The last interior shots are of the new Boeing 787 ...
... It was a white table cloth restaurant without the cloth. We were teated to something called an "amuse-bouche" which is French for something to amuse your tastebuds. Then we shared a grilled summer salad, polenta with shitaki mushrooms, crab beignets (compliments of the chef who had chatted with us) northwest seafood stew. Each dish was delicious and left thrilled with our selections.
We walked back to our hotel and called it a night.
... oval. The view looks out over West Seattle and the setting sun. The city seems to have a program going on in which they put old pianos in public places, after having painted them in funky colours and stuck weird stuff all over them. The result is an opportunity for passers by to share their musical talents, and we sat and listened to one older guy for over half an hour as he ran through a string of classical and jazz pieces. The thing that struck me the most as I sat in the open ...