- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... after a few hours of chatting to John and getting settled on the boat, I hit a brick wall. I ended up having a few hours sleep in the pilot's bunk while John picked Shawn up from the bus station in Ballard.
Later that evening, John cooked a wonderful dinner of Chinook (King) Salmon and Rosti. It all seemed a little surreal still to be in Seattle, living on a boat and eating wonderful seafood...and still feeling slightly jet-lagged!
... as gifts. Thus, I have saved in the past by buying what I want here instead of paying retail prices elsewhere.
The mall has a nice layout with plenty of information signs. A very ordinary food court offers fast food, but I find the offerings to be below average or average at best. Of course there is the obligatory Starbucks as well. It is a reminder that we don't come for the food!
Continued on our way ...
... and all the players ran out through a seahawk-shaped tunnel while fire bombs shot up above them. The crowd went bonkers, and it was just so fun to be a part of.
They soon started the game, and within the first 2 minutes, we were standing up and yelling with everyone else. The guy who was standing next to Jess kept hi-fiving her, so I made sure I yelled and clapped when he did that because I'm assuming it meant my team had done something good. Soon enough we had points ...
... is extremely comfortable and the internet has proven to be quite speedy – stay tuned on that.
We met Alan onboard and one of the Crow Nest musicians, Debbie Bacon. We just love her music, as she has entertained us before.
59 years ago I stood on deck of the USS Mt Olympus moored at Navy Pier 91 as we prepared to set sail to ...
- I woke up at 9am
- I bought some more ice from Walmart for my ice chest
- I ate some snacks for breakfast
- At 10am I visited the EMP museum
- EMP stands for Experience Music Project
- I stayed there until 12pm
- I ate lunch in my car and then decided to take a couple hour nap
- Afterwards I went out to the city
- I was shopping at a cute little store owned by a lady who had just fired ...