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Morning, we have woken up to another pretty lovely day, the sun is in and out between the clouds but there is some lovely blue sky about. I woke up with a small headache, but it was self inflicted so no sympathy for me. I got to speak with my brother last night on Skype which was a nice surprise. I had just mentioned to my parents how I wanted to see and speak with Justin so his ears ...
... on, a duo who mostly played guitar and hurdy gurdy, they even sung a sea shanty that they'd obviously picked up from back home if the mention of the 'humber' in the song had anything to do with it. At least I'm pretty sure the only humber they'd sing about is the humber in Yorkshire?
Saturday was also the first time I've had cuban food, in a restaurant called 'Sol Food'. It took me ages perusing the menu to decide that I was A) going to choose something unusual and ...
... dry. The next few
hours we just spent in a state of total contentment. I sat for a solid hour in
the sun just looking at the fountain, or laying back and looking at the sky. It
was all very peaceful, and I felt like a regular old lady, sitting and staring
at the view and thinking of nothing. The only thing that made us leave that
happy little bubble was the promise of a free dinner back at the hostel. So as
5 o’clock came and went (it stays ...
... oval. The view looks out over West Seattle and the setting sun. The city seems to have a program going on in which they put old pianos in public places, after having painted them in funky colours and stuck weird stuff all over them. The result is an opportunity for passers by to share their musical talents, and we sat and listened to one older guy for over half an hour as he ran through a string of classical and jazz pieces. The thing that struck me the most as I sat in the open ...
... their progress. The best thing about the area was that it is free.
Lunch afterwards in Fremont while trying to interpret the large amount of public art along the way, and then a quick visit to see the largest piece...the Fremont Troll.
After a short rest at the hotel, we met up with Mike and Sherry and headed downtown for dinner at Icon Grill. Joining us ...