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... states cause they are just so cheap to me despite in some states the tax could go high. The tax in Washington state is about 9.5%, which is alright to me. Well...what can I say? After spending some time in the UK and other countries in Europe, they are nothing to me now. :$ First stop we came to "Pike Place Chowder". This seems to be a famous one cause the queue was never shorten. Normally when I'm traveling, I don't like to spend my precious time on finding famous restaurants ...
... Sound. We headed straight to their Children’s Museum followed by a relaxing afternoon in the Bloedel Reserve (which included a top Japanese garden). We followed up with the second thing Seattle is famous for after Coffee - Korean food at Ch:an (not a typo) and Cameron hoovered up his bowl.
Huge thanks to Melody and Gabe and Sophia for flying up to meet us, we had a great time exploring the city with fellow foodies and catching up after 5 whole years!! ...
... the very few things we didn’t pack were easily acquired along the way.
... in a dingy Seattle basement wasn't going to rival the Edinburgh Festival. Without going into too much detail, one of the acts stomped off after acknowledging that he'd bombed and the highlight of the show was probably the fact that one of the guys, at 6 feet 8 inches tall, needed to sit on a stool due to the low ceiling. A bizarre end to our stay but we weren't too fussed as we looked forward to a Friday train journey and a weekend in the highly-rated city of ...
... in. It wasn't her fault after all that the airline did not allow any of the process to be done automatically. As luck would have it, she apparently had the magical power to upgrade our tickets to Business Class, which she DID simply because I laughed with her, asked her about her day and commiserated with her about the line. I should have gotten her name so I could write her a thank you letter, send her flowers, name ...