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After leaving Boeing, we rode to our hotel, the Travelodge by the space needle. It is only about 2 blocks from the Seattle Center which houses the Space Needle, EMP museum and the Gates foundation visitors center next door.
We decided to tour the Space Needle today and it was cool, but Sue didn't think is was worth the $40. I'm not a big heights fan, so I did 360 ...
Monday's plans went out the window fast.
We were up early to hire some bikes and ride the canal path and have a pleasant morning.
Only problem was that the shop we thought hired bikes had a sister shop over 2 miles away which did the hiring - they just did the restoration and selling of cycles.
Coffee in a cafe while we googled some other options (none of them viable) whiled away some time, so we returned to our flat feeling a bit the ...
... exhibition which is excellent. Masks from a diverse range of cultures are featured both by themselves or on models as part of an entire costume. There are modern representations of masks, sculptures, videos and 3D installations, all based around the mask. Continuing south after a quick bar lunch, we find the historic quarter - old but unappealing. It drives us west towards the ferries. Washington State Ferries run large commuter/car ...
Being a tourist, most places seem pretty sweet, but most of the time you miss goings-on liiiike how a local paper reckons of Seattle: "Soon it'll be a city composed of only the homeless and $150,000-earning, bike riding 35 year old tech managers. No thanks". Stat of the day, as of 2014: "Amazon is growing so quickly that it needs developers to build 30 new residential buildings in and around downtown Seattle, with at least 200 units each, just to accommodate ...
... think of Seattle they think of coffee. There's surprisingly little in Seattle about the music, surely by now they would have put up a statue of Kurt Cobain somewhere, but there's plenty about the coffee. We went to Pike Place market, it's a fascinating mix of bric a brac shops, florists, grocers, butchers, fish mongers, farmers selling everything from bees wax to wine. There's tie dye t-shirts, flags, all sorts really. It's fairly Bohemian ...