Lone Lake Cottage and Breakfast
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... or buffet! We went to lunch at another brewhouse which was very good. Beer is big here with micro breweries everywhere. To satisfy us women folk, the guys indulged us and let us wander through Pike Place Market again after lunch. We saw the stall with the "flying fish" where the workers hurl purchased fish through the air. Kind of funny and everyone around cheers and takes ...
... here, delish meal + beer for under $10, drool), and went to the 40th floor of the Columbia building for a view of the city. Our guide man had said the view was amazing - although when we got there you could barely see anything past the buildings in front of it. Thinking about it now he may have said the Smith building .. My friend Liam came down to meet me and some of his friends that live in Seattle on Saturday. We walked to a very underwhelming China Town, ...
... and airlines keep giving them aeroplanes - Oh, I should be so lucky!). In fairness to the 'Heritage Flight Museum', I should also add that many/most/all of the aircraft at the 'Museum of Flight' are not airworthy, whereas all those at the 'Heritage Flight Museum are, and are flown regularly.
This museum is HUGE - we only got through about half of the displays in this first visit and so returned the following Monday to complete the tour. ...
... board, and everyone was happy. Unfortunately though, the Dallas Cowboys kept even with us for the entire game, and in the last few minutes got the lead with a touchdown and conversion.
I feel like I was able to keep up with most of what happened, and although i had no idea about any of the technical jargon, I got used to working out when to clap and when to boo, and when to stand up and when to sit down (cos I mean, I paid for the seat - I want to sit in it :P). ...
... say, the DJ disappointed him, but we grooved anyway. Lots of twisting, shimmying and shaking ensued.
Somehow we ended up at a karaoke bar, and despite their singing cards being already full, we had a ball watching some great and not so great singers belt out their drunken emotions. It was a small and cosy bar, with everyone but the bartenders singing along to every song. Props to the guy who sang an emotional breakup song, and then accepted our cheers ...
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