Auberge Edge Seattle, French Country Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... much needed down time. Seb had a mini-hard drive with some movies
on it, so we hooked it up to the TV and did our first bit of honest couch
potatoing since leaving home. We continued this luxury by catching a bus back
to the Seattle Centre, where the Roller Derby was taking place.
The Sikhs were still by the fountain, not only tying turbans
but also distributing pizza and some kind of sweet cakey dessert balls. My
mouth watered, but we walked ...
... version, with NZ on it B787-9 ( 6 meters longer), and can carry 290 passengers.
They are all set to celebrate 100 years manufacturing in 2016. Apparently their first customer was New Zealand.
There were a lot of aircraft on the field, ready or nearly ready to head off into the wild blue yonder. We had an interesting tour .
After getting back to Seattle, we went for a walk downtown to the markets/ fish ( the fish vendors had ...
... hair straighteners. Before i knew it i was half curly and half straight. Very fabulous, just not very matching. Walking back to the hotel i realized Seattle had some steep hills (which means i was panting back up to the hotel), it made me think of San Fransisco. Nothing like a brisk walking work-out before noon. After checking out and putting my luggage in storage I hopped on the shuttle service back into town to go visit Pike Place Market. It was ...
... over, house boats, trendy little coffee shops and brewery's, and bikers happily commuting. Our friends showed us so many great places, and in true Seattle fashion we road our bikes out to a great little brew pub. We had such a wonderful time, and felt so welcomed into Chris and Jing's home! Thank you to our friends; we love you, and will miss you! Oh, and p.s. this is where we are going to move after Alaska; we keep changing our ...
... to the way Joe adores his Bigfoot. We took a tour of the museum and gardens. Each glass piece was more outstanding than the next. I was in a state of enlightenment; glass, art, color, beauty all around.
The only downside of our day was that we did not have the time to elevate up to the top of the Space Needle. We had to catch another cab back to the ferry in order to get to a restaurant in time for our dinner reservation. We ...