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... out with about 7 dogs, but instead they had quadruple-seater strollers and crying children. One of the mothers even tried to prop up a little fella against the statue to snap a shot on her iPhone. Get out of the way woman!
Getting home from there was a bit of a hassle. The afternoon had gotten hotter, and our muscle had realised how much exercise we were trying to make them do and they were starting to rebel. Anyway, after a few wrong turns we finally ...
... s Harrison Street Whole Foods store, but with more realistic prices.
Erin and I also had the chance to walk around Green Lake, a small but beautiful lake just to the west of them that calls Lake Merritt to mind. It's got beaches, a boat house, paddle-boat rentals, and a lovely tree-shaded trail. Unlike Lake Merritt, however, its immediate neighbors on three sides are the most amazing homes and a small but tasteful commercial area ...
... Version: This was a pretty uneventful trip, but it was serendipitous to find the laundromat, as we had been led astray by the GPS. Greg didn't mention that the trip to Vashon Island was taken by Greg driving onto, and after a short trip, Greg driving off of, one of the ferries that travel from the mainland to the islands in the Puget ...
We made it to Seattle about an hour late, so we only had about 4 hours to spend in Seattle. We left our bags with the Amtrak baggage agent and went for a walk. We had no idea where we were in relation to downtown and soon found ourselves in an older section of town, with unsavoury looking characters watching us as they perch outside the Catholic Mission doorways. Clutching our wallets, we made a choice to head uphill and the territory began to improve. ...
... all that long.
Jake was so friendly and informative we joined him on his second tour of the day taking us round Pioneer square and along the waterfront. He taught us the history behind Chief Seattle and the totem pole of shame that the city still hadn't paid for sitting so impressively in the square.(some old feud between the natives and the settlers)
The waterfront was littered with restaurants and bars with the most entertaining being "Ivans". The owner of ...