The Corner House
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... many of my friend’s homes that used to live on this street. I walked all the way to the end at R Street then walked back. This time I took M Street which led me to the front of Pioneer Elementary. It was brand new in 1962 and it was still standing. The outdoor basketball court was still there. I recognized the room I was sitting on November 22, 1963, when a teary eyed secretary came in and told us that our President had just been ...
... and delis in this little toy town. We went for wine tasting at Eleven Winery tasting
room then to the Blackbird bakery for a light dinner, which we took to
eat down at a small sailing harbour. Then to deli called Hawthorne for another
Cuban sandwich. Looking forward to these getting more popular back in London!
Came back into Seattle and saw the skyline at night, although not as impressive
... jake wanted to get some more stuff for his Nintendo NES and we wanted to have another look, it was not the nicest or safest walk along the river it was dirty and the path for most of the way was under a bridges, all the piers were having construction work done so it really was messy and noisy down there, it was difficult to get to the pier if you wanted to check out the Ferris wheel or the aquarium and shops down there so we didn't bother, we ...
... coming over one by one. I started to getting nervous as I knew no one of them. And every time when a new guest came, I had to introduce myself again. I tried to play with kids so I didn't have to socialize with them. lol But I could hear my friend was talking about me with her friends all the time. There's even one time my friend called me over and asked me to do british accent in front of her American friends. I was like...what?!
... for a happy hour break and decided to walk the 1.3 miles back to our hotel. We started out following WAZE on my phone, but after going in circles for over thirty minutes it dawned on me that WAZE is for car traffic and Seattle's one way streets is why we were going in circles. Now we were almost two miles from the hotel. Thanks to "Siri" we found walking directions to the hotel and started home. Problems arouse right away, because Bruce was on ...