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... round for a while sampling the 'demos' of small goods (you could have a 3-course meal in here without paying...LOL), collected the coffee beans and a few other things before heading to the 'restaurant' section for some dinner. Shawn & I had a slice of Combination Pizza (aka Supreme) each & a medium soda (soft drink) for US$3 while John has a Hot Dog with onion & pickles & a medium soda for US$1.50!! This was definitely a shopping and dining experience...LOL!
... dungess crab legs, pieces of andouille sausage, small pieces of corn on the cob and boiled red potatoes. You also get a little wooden mallet which was a lot of fun a la play with your food. Seattle was a great city. So much to see and do, so full of life. The next morning we went to the Wing Luke Asian Pacific Museum and learned a whole bunch about Bruce Lee and his start in Seattle, the beginnings and development of Chinatown and the struggles each culture ...
... all that they had done for us without asking anything in return.
... so you couldn't necessarily see as far as the mountains, but what we could see was very, very green.
Unfortunately we didn't have a lot of spare time after our meal, because we had to get back to the hotel so we could catch the shuttle to our VERY FIRST NFL GAME! Not that I was excited or anything :). We got dropped off and walked into the stadium; there were people just everywhere! It was seriously insane. I walked into the team store (because I wasn't going to cheer ...
... as a direct result of our son, Jimmy's, death to educate children in basic wilderness survival techniques.) I love small world stories!
The ship's horn blasted as we set sail to head west. We chatted with another couple, who lived in the area and pointed out landmarks as we passed through Puget Sound.
Once we cleared the western edge of Washington, we headed to the Lido for dinner. The evening entertainment was Elika ...