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... they don't open the attachment. We left the ship and collected our bags and were able to say goodbye to Lyn and Graham from Queensland, and walked to the Sheraton hotel which was only 600 metres from the terminal. John carried my small bag and this a great help to me. We arrived at the hotel around 9.45am and had to wait about an hour until our room was ready. We relaxed for a while in our room and cooled down as it was extremely humid outside. At around 12.30 we headed out to see if ...
... snapper with Dungeness crab, Dick had a rib-eye steak with corn and tomato salad, and I had salmon on top of a cream corn risotto. Believe me it looked as good as it tasted. Unfortunately, Dick and I were enjoying the company so much, we forgot to take the pictures. We did take photos of the desserts which the three of us shared, white chocolate bread pudding with ice cream and beignets. What a wonderful meal and company! So ...
... 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 ...
... markets and oggling at all the food, arts and crafts.
We spent some time over the road at Pier 59 before walking up the 141 stairs back to the top of our street. On our way back to the Roosevelt we did some window shopping. It was nice to skype with my family before heading to Capitol Hill for a wander around and a bite of dinner. We are loving Thai at the moment! So cheap, so much variety and super tasty.
We treated ourselves to a banana and ...
We are in London awaiting our flight to Seattle. Time to summarize this trip to Turkey. It certainly ranks as one of the better trips we have taken. The country was a real eye opener and a very pleasant surprise. It makes our " you should visit it" list. Some summary comments and observations of our trip:
We drove over 1800 miles in a 13 day period and saw some amazing sights. The Roman ruins in Turkey are considered to be the best in ...