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... Seattle , the sun was out and only a little windy. We took lots of pics, checked out the rotating restaurant and headed out. We headed to a bar across the road and got lunch another greasy burger that would later leave both of us feeling "great". The clouds had built up while we were having lunch and it poured down. We timed our visit to the needle perfectly. After lunch the rain had stopped again so we went back to do the glass exhibit. Chihuly is ...
This morning finds us sailing into Kanazawa, our new port for this voyage. The weather is a little overcast which is proving to be the norm every time we come into port. We had breakfast in our room before deciding to go off the ship. We left around 9.30am and got onto one of the shuttles that took us to the JR Kanazawa Train Station. From her we walked into the town, the entrance to the train station was quite spectacular with its archway. As we walked down the Main ...
This morning I woke up not feel brilliant, this cough is really starting to **** me off. John has me what was wrong and I snapped at him, more because it was obvious what was wrong but he took offence and so for the remainder of the day we did not talk to each other, or barely. This of course on top of last nights problems made for an unpleasant day. I was expecting to have a few of ...
... of Sea Otters and I was able to get so e photos of one of the little monkeys. The captain took us into the Marina where we saw a large number of Sea Lions, we got up real close to these animals. We went past the area where the Bald Eagles nest but didn't see any. We arrived back at the Marina around 11am. We walked to the Visitors Centre and around town for a little bit but John did not want to go into the museums, I did get a photo of the Holy Resurrection ...
... to the owner and propel some good thoughts into the universe. We then got
super organised and booked accommodation for both Eugene and Sacramento, and
made a relative attempt at San Francisco before our square eyes begged for
relief. We gave ourselves some kudos and felt a little better with the
knowledge that we at least wouldn’t be homeless over the weekend. What’s the
moral of the story kids? If you’re travelling on the West Coast in ...
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