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... to airport lounge chairs. even more unique are the well displayed Native art & arifacts behind all this with narrative descriptions. Overall, a harmonious, aesthetically pleasing, and functionally soothing public space in an airport -- truly very rare! Happily finishing up this travel blog freshly re-experiencing all the vistas & wildlife seen.
Following another long HOT night in the hostel/sauna we prepared ourselves for a day first exploring Seattle and then heading to Anchorage, Alaska. Our first port of call was a visit to the Seattle Underground Tour. This tour set off from the Pioneer Square area of Seattle. After buying tour tickets we headed to another local Seattle coffee shop, the Cherry St Coffee Shop. After an ok but no where near Melbourne standard coffee we lined ...
... peninsula . Meeting my other brother in law, bob there for some fishing. joan and john will tour on their on for a few days. We will rendezvous right before heading home.
Anchorage is the first aggregation of more than 50 people we've encountered in 10 days! Culture shock! They even have McDonald's , wal mart, and traffic lights. Already missing the wide open spaces.
Anyway....the pics are attached
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