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... took some pictures and went inside to read the information in the visitors center.
After the Space Needle, we took a break, then decided to go on an underground tour in Pioneer Square. It was really neat to see how Seattle looked in the late 1800's.
On Tuesday we toured the Gates Foundation, walked around the Seattle Center and took the monorail down to Pikes Place. OMG ...
... flat) until it was time for lunch.
We hit pay dirt with some Greek food - Robyn went falafel and Jonathan lamb kebabs - and when we'd finished it was time for the day's (week's, month's or even trip's) highlight - a tour of Geocaching HQ.
By Robyn's design, we happened to be staying in the same suburb as GCHQ's office, so it was a hop, skip and jump to Robyn's Mecca.
The tour was fun - there were only three other people there, a ...
... Puget Sound to Bainbridge Island almost hourly. The ferries are much larger than the Queenscliff-Sorrento ones and numerous cars queue to load each time. Locals also apparently take the 35 minute trip across to Seattle and back daily too. Some seem to use the time to exercise by circumnavigating the deck. One man is walking his dog round and around! Bainbridge Island is a pleasant place and possibly an enclave for artists - judging by the ...
... in the coming years." There's a lot more construction than in most American cities and about the same number of homeless downtown I.e. quite-a-lot. Its early history was kinda gross too.
- Anyhoozle. Day 1,top gun tour guide: Elyse. Pike Place market walk. This market by the sea is a BIG deal. Not just for tourists....I think? It stretches above a highway and the ocean for a bit of a distance. Trademark/s: big ol sign (photo of course); ...
... and today it's packed. Many of the people are queueing outside the original Starbucks shop to get a coffee. Of course from it's humble beginnings here it has grown from being a little coffee shop in the 1970's to a massive worldwide coffee corporation. The American dream, for some. I still prefer tea! We spend a while down on the waterfront, probably the nicest part of Seattle. It's undergoing renovations, so many of the old wooden ...