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... folks took great care of us with free booze - even in coach! - dinner and breakfast. Most of the flight staff was German, and I kept catching myself almost saying 'gracias' to them :P All my recent international trips have been to Mexico, so I'm a bit brainwashed - even got Nathan doing it a couple times too!
The flight also had those nice touchscreens at each seat to watch movies or TV and listen to music. However, even more entertaining than ...
... while hiking with Patty, Don, Ben, and Josie.
Sunday, Patty treated me to a Mariners game, which they won, no thanks to us. We left the game early to ride the ferry to Bainbridge Island. When we arrived there, we got in line for the return ferry and rode back. Way fun! I should mention, they sell wine on Washington State Ferries. Ten more days here. Maybe we can do everything in the Seattle guide ...
... to learn about new cultures, ancient cultures, exotic plants and animals, and maybe even some chocolate from the source. Now if we can just get out of having to eat guinea pigs we'll be set!
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... blood-splattered props, aliens, face-huggers and other types of weird monsters. The museum has various horror movies playing on a continuous loop, but we don’t have time to just sit and watch unfortunately.
So back to the main exhibit, and we pass the giant column of guitars to the music section. It’s my turn to keep the kids amused as Lavinia spends time going through the Jimi Hendrix experience, ...
... I missed the fish flying across the counter, but even so, it’s one more item crossed off my bucket list. Sometimes the simple things are most enjoyable, as Harlan rolls his eyes!
We left the market and walked towards Pioneer Square where we hoped to take the Seattle Underground Tour that Suzanne had told me about. Unfortunately, the next one wasn’t scheduled for another hour and we didn’t want to wait ...