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... viewpoint and we just loved the city. Very modern and clean.
On the way back to collect the car we popped into the Westlake Mall. Just outside of the mall was a cool little communal area with table tennis, foosball and chess for everyone to get involved with. There were loads of people out playing and socialising. A nice little touch.
We picked up our car and was upgraded from a hatchback to a very nice Ford Fusion for free. This car would of ...
... the craft fair in the centre I chatted to a couple of locals who had lived through the eruption - they said it was truly terrifying.
We stopped for lunch in the city of Tacoma, unremarkable except for a glass bridge designed by the artist Dale Chihuly. We had never heard of him either, and we thought the whole structure when it was described to us would all be made of glass. It isn't, but it has some wonderful works of art, made of glass, along its whole ...
... with each other that perhaps they should make people aware....for those interested in knowing the impact...the feedback had none! Therefore to family and friends, book your Space Needle tickets on line in advance.
We caught the monorail to Westlake Centre and walked down to Pike Market. More coffee and felt a little guilty taking a photo in front of the original ...
... caught it!" Everyone laughed and cheered.
We ventured over to the Space Needle next. We had decided against going up when a lady came up and offered us her unused city pass tickets. In it was a pass to go up the Space Needle twice and a ticket for the science center. Score! Evan and I seem to have great luck when it comes to getting free things from random people. This is the third time since we got married.
Anyways, the Space ...
... task that take a large amount of time. It is made up of over a hundred panels, each one weighing a lot and with massive cables attached. Each cable had a position that was specific to where it had to be laced as well as lining up the latches to keep the darn thing together. This keeps any gaps from distorting the image. It was insane, but awesome as well. ...