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... We just had a slow stroll around and picked up our daily treat... a coffee.. this time from Starbucks. Never been much of a Starbucks fan but thought we got to try it from the city where is originated from.... won't be going back again!
We left the Seattle Centre and walked all the way down to the waterfront, passing the Olympic Sculpture Park which just consisted of some more random structures, the aquarium, the big wheel, tons of restaurants and ...
... we left, he was very nice about it. When I handed the keys back the meek reception bloke very wryly told me the police had called about coming to see them about the robbery. I apologised and left quickly.
Our new travel time on the bus was 11:30, we arrived an hour and a half in advance and waited around. I got chatting to a lady from Brighton in the park who had a dog she had called Mr Bouncy or something, she kept telling me to grab it by its bottom and ...
... with a plan to go to Spain for 3 months, then Croatia
(different zone) for 3 months, then I don’t know-it will be winter, my income
will be ending, but I hope to have found something by then.
Of course the stark reality of getting rid of things which
bring me comfort, are useful or sentimental further unnerves me. I sometimes
wake at night in a panic. I will have 4
weeks of couch surfing, if I follow through on my end of June date (which I will
... bedroom of the house.
The next day started with my face in their toilet spewing my guts up and a painful drive home. I had made plans with Jessica for her to show me around Tacoma so this hangover wasn't doing me any good. After a greasy as **** breakfast and more vomiting it was time to clean myself up and go pick her up. For a local who was supposed to be showing me around she had absolutely no sense of direction and we constantly ...
... at the Concorde up close, went inside, underneath, all around and took a million pictures. It's bigger than I thought, and even more beautiful. One of the staff there was following me around, dying to tell me everything he knew, he totally loves his job. I told him about the day I left work early to see the Concordes fly into Heathrow on their final flights, and he said I was really lucky. Other fab things were the first ever 747 (looks haunted and old, and towers over the others), ...