Coast Gateway Hotel
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... on a flight five hours later, so that's quite alright and we also got a 10€-voucher for the inconvenience :)
Well after a 9h-flight and 3h of finding out how to get to the airbnb and finally arriving there we fell asleep right away! Our host, Login, is amazing! She's really kind, sweet, very obliging and it feels pretty homey here! I'll definitely recommend her on Airbnb! Today, July 18th, we've been to several places like the Pike Place Market,which ...
... Market was INCREDIBLE. It was so much larger and more lively than I had imagined. People kept telling me it was a "must" see for these people that sell fish and toss them around or something. Well, I didn't pay any attention to the fish people because there were so many more cool shops and booths. At first glance, it looked like one small strip, but it actually had at least 3 floors and I spent 3 hours walking around. They had everything imaginable, from local fruit to vintage ...
... I decided to keep up my long journeys today and head back to Fremont to see the Troll I had missed on my first day here. This was another long bus ride but worth it to see a local favorite. Under the George Washington bridge in Seattle is this huge Troll sculpture that tourists and locals alike flock to. I made my way under the bridge and got a quick selfie with the troll. Next up I decided to walk across the huge bride back to the mainland of Seattle. This turned out not ...
... earlier than we expected. We were all tired and just ready to go home and relax. We got dinner at the airport at Anthony's and waited in the terminal for our flight at 10:50pm. It was an nonstop Jet Blue flight to Boston which was uneventful. We mostly slept on the way home and the flight took under 5 hours. Back in Boston on Sunday morning, we took a shared van back to Nana's house and Auntie Diane drove us home!
From there we took a ride up 73 floors of a sky scraper to look out over Seattle. The views were pretty good despite the clouds, quite ...