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... boys stopped to play near the water and throw rocks. We played games like stomping over the troll bridge & counting steps up the trail, as we made our way to the falls. I got to teach Ivan about my new knowledge of spiddle bugs and watch Logan try to climb every fallen tree that he could. =0)
Arriving at the falls, you take a slippery hike down to the water (getting as close as you can, depending on the height of the river.) That day it was low enough ...
... small family-owned restaurants, fishmongers, fresh produce stands, delicatessans, bakeries, craft stalls and much more.
One of the Market's major attractions, and certainly the reason I was checking it out, is the Pike Place Fish Market, where employees throw huge salmon and other fish to each other rather than passing them by hand. When a customer orders a fish, an employee at the Fish Market's ice-covered fish table picks up the fish and hurls ...
... and bustling town of Tura, India, which was to be our base for the next couple days. Gunn helped us check into our room at a place called The Rikman, right in the middle of town in a great location. Our rooms were comfortable and looked out over this charming place.
We quickly noticed that people were dressed mostly in Western clothing, rock and roll music played, liquor shops were open and women and men interacted openly in public. The people all looked of Himalayan ...
... Bites, which was a walking tour of Pike Place Market where we were told the history of the market from the start to current day and where we met lots of vendors and got a tasty bite of their wares. We tried clam chowder from the winner of the National chowder winner 3 years in a row, local smoked salmon, mexican tacos, tikka masala, local peaches, Seattles best coffee, local wine it was all very delicous and the tour was very informative and entertaining with no holds ...
... br> could tell we found her because he could hear my squealing.For lunch we decided to walk to Pike's Market Place, a famous spot in downtown Seattle.
Again, back in 2004 when we were here, we found some chowder at a stall in the market that was
unforgettable. We wanted to taste it again!The market was very busy, lots of tourists checking out the seafood stalls. At some of them
they have fish mongers that are loud and throw large ...
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