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... for awhile towards the waterfront and then made our way to the Pike Place Market, not what I had envisioned, but great to finally be here in person! We strolled through the market for awhile and then stopped for a bite to eat and had some drinks. Next we walked toward the Space Needle and just enjoyed the city people watching. Seattle certainly has some interesting people watching... On the way back towards our bus stop we found the shopping district on 5th avenue - go figure- and ...
We actually slept in today! Well we both woke up around 5am but were able to fall back asleep until 8am! We headed to Le Panier for breakfast. The owner of the restaurant was a French baker my uncle mark brought to the states with his business partner before his previous business separated bakery from distribution. Cool to see this man has been so successful. The bakery is rated #2 out of over 3,000 restaurants ...
... I sat
and watched the circle and the line story. It certainly brought back old
I left the EMP around 8:30 and went to get in line for the
Space Needle. My plan was to catch the sunset at 9 from the observation deck,
but they were only ticketing for 10:30 when the sun would be long gone.
Instead, I got an advance ticket for Tuesday at 9:30. I was pretty disappointed
about it, but it did mean that I had a little more time to go back to the ...
We began the day in what Michael likes to call "Homeless Square" aka Pioneer Square. I gave one of my brilliant walking tours, which honestly wasn't so brilliant. BUT we went to Uwajimaya, which was the largest coolest Asian market you've ever seen. Specializing in Japanese culture, this store had everything from pens and notebooks to fresh produce. We bought two Star Wars tapestries/towels to hang on our wall. Lunch was at Salumi, the best sandwich on our trip: porchetta with ...
The Museum of Flight - 'The early years'; 'Civilian aircraft over the ages':
The first is the 'Taylor Aerocar III' - we should all have one of these in the garage!!!
The next is an early Boeing passenger plane - the 80A. Funnily enough, the idea of carrying passengers came out of the idea to supplement the income companies received when they won the ...