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... path in the fields ...but by that time - I was too hot to go on - especially when I realized I would then have to walk all the way back!!...so I just enjoyed the 'big view' of them. I still wasn't fussed on walking all that way back to town centre ..so I thumbed a ride on a scooter!!!...he was a nice young guy / worked in the rice paddy but was also was an artist wannabe!! Such a relief to be riding instead of walking!!!...and very creative ride it was - through narrow ...
... Boeing (the biggest employer), Starbucks, which originated in Seattle and has over 500 stores here alone; Nordstron, a major retail department store and of course Microsoft. Seattle is the fastest growing city in America - currently around 3.5 million people. Lots of waterfront property - expensive of course!
We spent some time around the Space Needle - Anne piked going up, but enjoyed some time wandering around ...
... I finished with a cheese plate. It was then off to the Symphony of Light Show which Hong Kong is famous for, this was a little disappointing really, I have to say Shanghai was much better and it was not even a light show. We also would have seen it better if we stayed in our hotel room, instead of going to the foreshore and being jostled about. Well tomorrow is our last day and then we head ...
... John is still not 100% which is worrying me but he want do anything about it either! hopefully by resting up today he will be fine for tomorrow as we will be doing plenty of walking I suspect. We had our next Pinnacle dinner tonight which was the Le Cirque menu which is copied from the famous New York restaurant of the same name. I had the Le Trio which was salmon caviar and page while John had ...
... our bags back to the Green
Tortoise, and then purchased some yummies from the market: a baguette again, an
avocado, a tomato and a cucumber that was longer than my head and as fat as my
arm (for 1 dollar as well!) We made our way to Pioneer Square, and while Seb
relaxed with the paper and a coffee I took the tour of Seattle’s underground. The tour was awesome and if you’re heading to Seattle and at all
interested in history then you ...