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... evening walk about along the waters edge across the road from our hotel. The evening was so warm and it stayed light till 9:30pm. We found a great little dinner spot called Dukes Chowder House that served excellent seafood and local craft beer.
The next day we woke very excited, this would be the day of the collection of our camper van (RV as the Americanīs call it), our new home for the next 3 months! We decided it would be ...
... to walk and I was bumbling along and eventually I came across a Walgreens. I was pretty thirsty, so I went in and grabbed some water and some earplugs (living with 3 roommates when you are a light sleeper and the doors to even outside are open is tough). And when I got up to the counter, I was digging through my bag, digging through it. Only to remember that I had changed bags and forgot my freakin wallet back at the hostel. SO, not only was it kind ...
... It would be extremely easy to get lost down in there. I explored the market, watched the fish being thrown, found a small community garden on the top that had a great view of the harbor. By this point I was starving and was determined to find a cool place to eat. On both yelp and thrilist I found this Korean place in Fremont called Revel, that is considered a must eat in Seattle. I made the 40 minute journey to Fremont anticipating this culinary masterpiece. But first turns ...
... called Athina, which unbeknownst to us was featured in a scene from Sleepless in Seattle where Tom Hanks has clams at the bar. No clams for us but instead a giant breakfast burrito and a feta and homemade Greek sausage omelette. Coupled with a view across the sound and bottomless coffee cups it set us up wonderfully for our little excursion to the Boeing Factory.
Now as this place is a way out of Seattle, in a place called ...
around that lake rowing together. At points we were doing better with just
Elliot paddling! It was a great place to eat lunch surrounded by lots of birds
on the Lake. We walked back via the Burke Gilman Trail, along
the way we saw 'The Fremont troll’ -- a big, fearsome, car-crushing troll
that lives under Fremont Bridge. It was a good area with a quirky edge.