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... of the area, and the recovery that has taken place since then. The museum was very well done, and we spent about an hour or so in total there, looking at all the information.
We then took the drive to Mt. Ranier National Park, where the mountaintop was pretty much covered in clouds, but the area around it was beautiful...we took lots of pictures around Christine Falls.
... home of the first Starbucks. We walked around the market, seeing the famous fish shop. The shop workers have a routine of shouting like sailors then throwing fish from one, to the other and then gutting it before it was wrapped. Seemed odd but we had been up for a long time...so we walked on. On our travel see stopped at one of the thousands of Starbucks Seattle has to offer. From here we admitted to each other that we felt tired so we made a plan to head back to the hotel via a mall ...
Has been lovely having 3 nights in the same hotel (Best Western Executive which has been great) They supply fresh cookies every day for us to grab from reception. A real treat. About a 2km walk to town which is easy. Hard to get lost as the streets are easily named (1st Ave, 2nd Ave, 3rd Ave etc). We dropped into the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation which does various sponsored projects worldwide.. So far ...
... is clear. Paul Allen one of Microsofts co-founders owns the NFL team Seattle Seahawks and also funded the construction of the EMP museum in the year 2000. The "Experience Music Project," is situated next to the famous Space Needle and showcases the worlds largest collection of rare artefacts, hand written lyrics, personal instruments and original photographs celebrating the music of Seattle's famous musicians, the most well known being Nirvanna, Jimi Hendrix, Pearl Jam ...
... I would agree.
We had no idea of how much Christianity flourished in Turkey in ancient times and how many important events took place there.
The people are cordial and friendly. The Turkish language is not so easy, but we learned a few phrases which seemed to endear us to the local people when we tried to speak their language.
There was absolutely NO concern about safely. Sadly the future tour bookings are ...
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