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... small treks to stretch our legs (no bears encountered). An attempt at summiting the mountain will have to go on the bucket list as we neither had the time, or the equipment this time around. Without a doubt though, the visit was a highlight of our trip, despite the challenges getting there....oh and Paradise is definitely aptly named. Today we had lunch at 500 feet up in one of Seattles iconic buildings, the Space Needle. It was built in 1962 for the World Trade Fayre, and a nice feature ...
... around the growing crowd. There was definitely something going on as there were some serious TV news cameras setting up. There is a walk of fame outside and after asking a guy we found that the founders of indie rock and the grunge movement, sub pop were being given their patch complete with a presentation and a live band, the Helio Sequence. It was a good atmosphere and fun to be about. Like a festival.
We browsed ...
... longer to partake of dinner service.
We gradually woke up as US soil approached, with the last couple of hours of the 11-hour flight taken up with breakfast and customs forms.
We waited nervously at the baggage claim in Dallas, wondering how things would go at Customs if our bags hadn't made the flight but it was a breeze. We didn't even have to turn in the form we filled out on the plane after going ...
... black Mercedes and then we drove over and picked up shiho at the shinjiku station. She is a teacher works every Saturday like most school teachers. Then it was off to dinner where we went to an all you can eat shabu shabu restaurant. The food was amazing. For those of you who don't know what shabu shabu is, it is like a fondu, japanese style. After you fondue the food in a hot broth, full of vegetables and meat you are able to drink the broth which is amazing. ...
The waterfront is filled with shops and restaurants. There is also some vey nice public areas scattered along the waterfront where many locals could be found soaking up the sun. The waterfront is also home to the Seattle Great Wheel.
Pioneer Square is Seattle's original downtown area. The area has many old stone buildings and is home to many ...
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