Comfort Inn and Suites Kent
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Arrived safely. Lots of rain on the way down. Staying overnight and out first thing tomorrow morning for the shuttle to SeaTac for our flight to Atlanta and then on to Pensacola arriving tomorrow evening.
Despite a terrible sleep where we lost half our body weight overnight through sweating (wish this was true), we were excited to embark on our day exploring Seattle. We started the day with the most famous coffee worldwide..Starbucks, and how could we not as Seattle is where it all began. Now the reason for buying starbucks coffee from this particular store is we thought we were buying it from THE original starbucks store. At the time we did ...
... nearly right up to the it. So of course we got close enough that we felt the very chilly spray coming off the falls. Ivan insisted he wanted to swim in the river, but after a 5 second dip of his feet in the water, he decided it was entirely too cold to submerge himself completely. I was really blown away by the richness of this place; it was just so dang GREEN, with a wonderful variety of plant life and little corners of unexpected beauty along the way. I was ...
... that just happened. We had another gathering at Gunn's house, my tired body had begum to catch up with me so I called it a night by 10PM. The next day was a travel day so I needed sleep.
I woke early, walked out to a cool misty Tura morning. Todd joined me, we had fresh bread, dahl curry, eggs and tea for breakfast. Soon, the American teacher in Delhi named Skye wandered up to our place. Skye needed to get to a large town in Guwahati, Assam that was 4 hours away to meet ...
... was jam packed with tourists and locals alike... often we might resent crowds, but for the market, that is the right atmosphere, with shouting and music and fish flying. Even the homeless folks (there are plenty), get into the act, shouting greetings or dancing to the buskers. (The crackhead tearing up cardboard and raving about his Canadian Catholic woman was a little over the top).
From the market we bicycled down through the wonderful Seattle Art Museum (SAM) ...
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