BEST WESTERN PLUS Tacoma Dome Hotel
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26/27 July...today we travel by ferry from Victoria to Seattle, about 2 and a half hours. Had to clear immigration as we were going into the States. Colleen had a new experience..they swabbed her for explosives!! Had a bus tour of the city...city markets etc. The next day Colleen and I were picked up by a friend of hers and given a tour of the East side of Seattle before having brunch beside Washington Lake. Her friend's husband works ...
Haw or you gowing at school my friends in Cowaramup.
Today I am going to school that my brothers wife Piper went to while Daddy plays golf with my brother Vaughan.
The kids museum is on the plan today as well
Love from Phoebe.
Entry continued by Dad:
Today we went to the Tacoma Zoo awesome
Watched a zoo animal show
Had fish and chips for tea at a nice restaurant.
Very tired now.
... sights. We got to have dinner with the lovely Rich and Erin Hobson - introduced by the Stewart's - had a great evening with them and they drove us around and showed us around town, they drove us past Duff's house (guns n' roses) - one of the main reasons Peter wanted to come to Seattle! Sadly he wasn't in! Other highlights of the trip included - EMP - rock music museum - fantastic - highly recommend! ...
... guide instead of a bus, and he was really twitchy incase I was a critic that they're all scared of. No idea what that was all about. Anyway, he was good, the tour was good, but the process of getting on it was a pain in the ****. Things I did on my own on other days were taking the monorail to the space needle and going up to the viewing platform (it's awesome), having a proper look around the market, getting a Starbucks from the first ever one, and generally snooping around shops ...
... your back and these awkward looking creatures swimming in front of you.
We were very fortunate to have a behind the scenes up close and personal tour of the aquarium. We started by doing a plankton tow in front of the building in the triangle. The flotsam and jetsam that was visible at high tide also included a lot of fried egg jellyfish and a few moon jellies plus some wonderful kelp. Walking slowly the boys took it in turn to tow first a ...