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A VERY early start for us today - we had to be in downtown Seattle by 10:15, so we got going really early and got there really early - but it was fun to see the city starting to wake up and get going! We found street parking around the block from Pike Place, but it still took us quite a while to find the meeting place where our tour guide was to be waiting ...
... a couple of bits and pieces. To our delight a room was ready when got back to the reception. You can imagine the relief. After a week of camping we were about to have a shower and a real toilet. Bliss. After a chilled first night in the room we were ready to explore Seattle. In the morning we managed to Skype home to let them know that we had survived Alaska, not eaten by a bear. After this we headed for The Olympic Sculpture Park and the Seattle centre where we sat by the ...
... has donated about USD20bn. They have done heaps around Seattle then just expanded. Nice to see a wonderful setup to help underprivileged. We then wandered into town via the post office and coffee shop. Found an army surplus store which has some very good bargains and different stuff. Julie left after she found the body bags! Then into the city again for a couple more shops. Grabbed the monorail back to hotel. It ...
... Seattle also had huge influences on the great Jazz artists Ray Charles & Quincy Jones. The museum has plenty of interactive activities, the best of which was the "On Stage," experience. In this room you were given the opportunity to play musical instruments in soundproof booths while being instructed through a touch screen. The museum also houses the "Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame." Movies such as Star Wars, Blade Runner, Terminator and The Matrix all had featured ...
... as people are wary of coming. They should NOT be.
Food was excellent and better than I expected. A lot of vegetables (especially eggplant) but plenty of meat choices (except pork because it is a Muslim country). Fresh fish is readily available; we even had salmon that was as good as we get in Seattle. The country has a very healthy Mediterranean style diet.
Although considered a Muslim country, it is certainly a liberal one. ...
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