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This morning we were meant to head out to the Boeing factory where they make planes, but it was all closed off to the public as the Chinese President was in town and he was out there. The hotel where he is staying was only just up the road from ours, so there were lots of security and police around.
So we had a change of plans and did an Underground Seattle tour in the morning.
The history of ...
... some original exhibits there, the monorail linking Seattle CBD to the Centre, and of course the 530 foot Seattle Needle.
The Seattle Centre is also home to the HQ of Seattle's Duck tours - an amphibious tour of the city. We'd expected to walk onto a tour from the poor online bookings, but were told we'd have to wait about an hour.
No problem, back to the Seattle Centre for a sticky beak. It's home to the Seattle Centre for Pop Culture - this ...
... facilities. No minibar fridge, no aircon (but big, opening windows), no food options, no toiletries.
But it has huge rooms, ensuites, free wifi and we have a super-comfy queen bed each. It also has a coffee shop alongside that gets good reviews, so we head there for our first USA breakfast of coffee and waffles.
It's our first introduction to American retailing. Odd prices ($3.33 for coffee) don't include the 9.7% tax so ...
... RUTHLESS. Seattle Underground tour with Elyse. Seattle has...33 blocks of underground city because long story short some idiot accidentally started a fire and then the firefighters couldn't get the hydrants to work and the tide was out so couldn't use that either so it all burned down and then they built over it while still leaving room for people to...whatever...bonus story, saying prostitution was the backbone of Seattle's early economy early on is ...
... dry. We've seen this when we walked around the neighborhood we stayed in on the outskirts of Seattle, everyone's lawn is brown. Everything is baked. I assumed there would be a big thing about Independence Day, but few call it that. It's simply known as the July Fourth. People say 'Happy Fourth', and it has more of a feel like May Day, where people enjoy the fact it's a day off work, a long weekend. We head up to Union Lake for the ...