Coast Gateway Hotel
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John was waiting for me at SeaTac with my water bottle. It absolutely poured while we were on I-5. Welcome home, me!
I had a terrific time in Bulgaria. John asked if I would recommend this tour. I suppose it would depend on the person. There's a lot of stuff that's ugly and broken and sad, but there's also a lot of beauty and tradition and history. Plus, they make a darn good shopska salad. ...
We are happily being guests again in Seattle, well actually in Bellevue that is a neighboring city to Seattle and the real mecca of IT companies. Seattle lies across the lake Washington and you can reach it while crossing the Mercer island (hone of the high class and Bill Gates as well). This time we went to see some living neighborhoods in Seattle. First there was Fremont with ...
So Monday was our last full day in Seattle. The weather was much better with temperatures in the upper 70's, but more importantly, a lot less haze from the forest fires. We could actually see Mount Rainier today.
Diane, Rachel, Dawn, Carter and I first went to the Pike Place Market (poor Denny had to work). The market was pretty busy, I can't imagine what it is like on a Saturday. The place is huge spanning a ...
... ship. We went to the Great Wheel (similar to London Eye) area and had fish and chips for lunch overlooking the water. It is a glorious sunny day, about 29oC. We found it quite hot walking, but Graham found another Tshirt he liked :-)
We visited the Seattle Aquarium on Pier 59, so that was interesting … and cool! On the return journey in the afternoon we dropped into Macy’s Department Store … to me it is like ...
... and got our RV. Our first stop was Wallmart. Our second Albertsons. Prices are weird. I bought a toaster for 6,88 but a bag Lays regular size is 2,50. Excluding 9,2% VAT. A mango is 1,25, but 5 tomatoes are 3,71. All by all that was about 370 dollars of groceries but it will last us a week at least. It isn't very cheap. About 1,5 times what it would cost at home. And if you go healthy you've got to have deep pockets. If you go organic you've to be a millionaire. If ...