Coast Gateway Hotel
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... Wed 11 – Turned into a bit of a shopping day, Elliot has
been lucky the whole time we have only spent a couple of moments in the days
shopping. We explored the shops of Downtown Seattle before then getting a bit
of home comfort at this crumpet store we found, although first time we had eaten
a parmesan cheese, pesto and tomato crumpet…loved it. We then walked up to
Capitol Hill and got ...
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... and features… sculptures. The park is immaculate and was very busy. We made a quick pass through Pikes Place, knowing we would be back another day, and eventually had an early sushi dinner at Emi Sake House. Once again we lucked out with awesome happy hour deals, and left very satisfied with our sushi splurge.
The following morning, my good friend Leanne was flying in from Australia and I was so excited to see her! ...
... stayed in a very high class resort, but most of the time throughout our trip we were staying in tree houses and little jungle cottages, but this was a nice getaway from the bugs! We went snorkeling around the Phi Phi Islands, saw very colorful and bright sea life along with the coral reefs, and of course sun bathed! The rest of the time at Railay beach was spent with the lovely people I met on the trip and reminiscing about how lucky we all were to ...
-I couldn't pass up the opportunity to visit the famous Pike Place Market. We picked up some fresh fruit and flowers (to make the car smell good).
-Also just down the street we had to visit the first ever Starbucks. The line was out the door so we didn't buy anything but it was a very unique store considering it was the first one.
-On our way out of the city we stopped at a gas station to get some gas and ice.