Mildred's Bed and Breakfast
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... setup until 10am when our brunch started. We got a free ride up to the top of the Space needle.
Brunch was very good and worth the cost. At brunch, the table rotated 360 degrees for view of skyline. We got admission to the observation deck afterwards. The views (not surprisingly) were phenomenal. We took photos and selfies and wandered around the deck for about an hour before making our way to ...
And the weather just keeps on getting better.
Of course now I will have jinxed us with that statement but the weather today, at least was brilliant.
As we've been sitting around in the ridiculous car way too long over the past few days we decided to spend today out in the sun getting some much needed vitamin D and walking as much as possible. Our apartment is at the back of Upper Queen Anne - a rather nice neighbourhood just north east of ...
... we stopped (however briefly) in a few towns along the way. After a very rushed dinner, and saying our goodbyes to the Dining Car staff who had looked after us so well, we arrived in Seattle at King Street Station. There was one last surprise for me - I find myself paying attention to any Airports I see along the way, and noted the start of a runway. This was King County International Airport, otherwise known as Boeing Field - we're planning on visiting ...
... which was an amazing experience to board.
The T.A. Wilson Great Gallery displayed more than 40 historic aircraft, tracing the history of the first century of human flight, including the world's only remaining M-21 Blackbird. Stunningly presented and beautifully arranged, our Docent (Guide) provided an hour-long appreciation of some of the major historical developments in aviation. Starting at the very beginning with a presentation on the Wright Brothers ...
First off I need to tell you this. My friend told me Seattle is a great city. He visited earlier this year on tour. He is not a coffee drinker but he had a cup in a coffee shop and was hooked on it instantly. Crack in a cup. He liked it so much he asked them to mail order him a bag every month and he drinks it like it is water. I drank it in Florida. It's damn fine coffee. He is a beer ...