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... and getting round first.....lots of noise and action, and completely impossible to describe...you need to be there. It was some Seattle teams versus New York teams. We saw the Seattle Rain of Terror play the Wall Street Traitors, and then the Rat City Rollers versus the Gotham All Stars....(we did leave before it was all over....there is a time when enough is enough, but is certainly was a new experience of a different world. Wow! On return had a little wine nightcap to settle ...
... has quite a few wineries so I had a little wine tasting. Only tried the 2011 Syrah, but that one was very nice. Washington State seems to become a serious competition to California. Quality is good and pricing is more competitive.
Last Night in Seattle, all Business Meetings done! Some picture impressions attached. Lesson learned: Don't drink with the British - we'll be off to a late start tomorrow...can't ...
... crashing into the Bay and later heard the sound of the ice cracking. The Lamplugh Glacier had a cave in the middle of the Glacier face, from which the waters from underneath the glacier flowed, it carried a lot of silt which discoloured the otherwise clear waters. It was phenomenal, to listen to the noise of the ice breaking away from the glaciers and falling into the sea, we tried very hard to capture this on camera but by the time you heard the noise of the ice breaking ...
... map now showed Seattle instead of Tokyo. Holy ****!
The time change to Seattle is 16 hours backward. It’s now 3:00 p.m. PDT Seattle time.
Eleven minutes after I returned to my seat and learned we were diverting, the captain announced he’d reduced power to one of the engines and we were heading to Seattle – about 50 minutes ahead of us. He said agents would be available upon landing at SEA to “straighten out your ...
... and a wind chill of 2 degrees. Thanks Boeing for the new jacket to keep me dry!
We explored a lovely art museum, by a guy that specialised in art from glass. His work is fascinating and beautiful. Then we went up the famous sky needle and had a look at the seattle area. Unfortunately the clouds didn't allow us to see the amazing Mount St. Helens (which had a big explosion in 1980 and blew 900feet off its ...
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