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... This spot was very different and I think I am still trying to decide if it was interesting or disgusting!!! Yes, it is a Wall or a whole ally, dedicated to people from all walks of life sticking their chewing gum on a spot on the wall. You decide for yourself what you think of that, LOL!
We ended the afternoon with a bite to eat from good old Subway and then headed back to the hotel for a shower. We then got ourselves ready for ...
... I tried to bike there. I rented a bike from Pronto (a 3 day pass) and attempted my first bike ride in like 8 years. It did NOT go well. I'm still not really sure if it's me or the face that it's so hilly here. But I scratched my ankles up because my bike was rolling super fast down a hill and I was trying to stop it by dragging my feet on the ground. I think that will probably be a wasted pass because I'm honestly afraid to try it again.
... pondered what to do next and I had nearly a full day ahead of me so I made my way to iconic Pike Place market. This is the oldest continuously operating farmers market in the world and starts right down at Pike and 1st by the water. I quickly realized how much of a huge maze this place was. Seattle is built on these fake hills that were used to build up the city from the west marshland on the coast. So what seems like a 1 floor shopping area is actually a 6 floor maze of shops ...
... the dog and be on the next flight back. Seattle, with or without the rain, is the best!
So where to start? Well on this trip I was fortunate enough to be able to bring Alex along, and having my favourite travelling buddy beside me definitely made it great from the start. Our morning began with a visit to the famous Pikes Place market, one of the largest and oldest indoor farmers markets in the US. We decided to head for breakfast at ...
... literally hundreds of fashion shops not to mention the brand name shops.....if you had the money you could go bezerk. There were also craft shops where you could buy wool, dolls etc but I really didn't want any of this stuff because let's face it I have to together it home I am as fortunate as the Americans on board they can have it shipped from the ship to their homes for very little money. After ...