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... but we finally got there!
Our tour guide, Amy was waiting for us with our BITES! Shopping bags - she shared some of the history of the market, and filled us in on how important a part of the community this market is. Our first stop of the day was right above where we met (the Community Kitchen) - it was La Crepes Francaise, where a luscious crepe ...
... watching the display and the people. Praying that those not wanting to get wet did. We sat here and people watched for some time, even buying some candy floss to enjoy the show. After a while we decided to walk the rest if the park. After a scout around the park we decided To head back to the hotel. On the way back we stopped at whole foods to get some cheap supplies. We ha eaten out a lot and spent a lot of money on activities in Alaska so we needed to live quietly for a few ...
... and although its a short distance, it was a treat. It was built in 1962 and is on a concrete overhead track. Seattle has been a treat. It appears to have less "American" people and is a bit more multicultural. Seems to change the city for the better with a bit of character. The challenge for us now is to load all our extra accumulations into our bags ready for our train trip tomorrow across the border to ...
... out the exhibit. The old vinyl chair used by Captian James.T.Kirk to shout commands to Spock and Doctor Leonard McCoy from the bridge of the Enterprise looked like an antique as it stood proud behind its protective glass screen. Maya ventured out of town for the day with one of her closest friends which left me to travel around Seattle's downtown by myself. I took in the view from the top of Seattle's tallest building, the Columbia Tower along with trips to Town hall, the county ...
... able to find alcoholic drinks where ever we went. Raki is their national alcoholic drink. It is anise based and a tastes like Greek ouzo. I am not fond of it.
People in the large cities are Muslims by birth, but are liberal in their interpretation of the religion. The real conservative Muslims are in rural areas and in the eastern part of the country.
Their first president, Ataturk, was certainly a visionary. It is amazing what ...
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