Three Tree Point Bed and Breakfast
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... Seastar which was just a couple of doors from Expedia where Erin works. We stopped at Expedia to take a picture of Erin in front of the building. When we got to Seastar they didn’t have any seats in the dining room until after 8:00 so we got a table in the bar. Larry and Derek got beers: Beardslee Greenleaf IPA and Beardslee Beaver Bait Blonde Ale. Erin got her favorite Mushroom Burger (the best in Seattle), Larry got ...
Finally we got to see the center of Seattle today. First we visited Kerry park from where you can have great views on Seattle with its famous Needle. Next to the needle you can find scientific museum and EMP museum that we will maybe visit later. There is also a monorail that takes you to the center of Seattle. We saw the famous Pike Market with lots ...
... and Victoria,
B.C. We also saw Tracy Arm Fjord where we viewed glaciers. It was cloudy and
rainy in every stop except 2 but pictures were taken anyway!
Since we had been to some of these places on our first
cruise (which was to Alaska) 20 years ago we enjoyed refreshing our memories.
One thing that we did both times was go to a salmon bake right by a river in
Juneau. It had begun the year we were there in 1995 ...
... to walk around with butterflies fluttering
around me. Sadly, none of them landed on me. I blame the kid nearby that
stepped on one of them. He probably made them more cautious.
After the science center, I went over to the EMP which was
my very favorite of the day. They had a lot of really cool exhibits. I started
out through the fantasy exhibit and saw some art and costumes for old fantasy
movies and whatnot. Next up was the old horror movie exhibit ...
... Marc were kind enough to make heaps of space in their house for the stack of boxes. To bring the wine into Australia, we would have faced incredibly high customs fees and taxes, so we reluctantly drank as much as we could before temporarily parting with the rest. We also had great help from Lynsey who left with a carload of house plants (the orchid collection), various DAB radios and sound docks, as well as random Christmas baubles.
The move ...