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Up at 6:30. Bags out at 7:30 and left at 9:00. We reached the border about 10:00 and cleared immigration about 11:30, reaching our hotel in Seattle at 1:30. Went for a walk and found a nice pub to have lunch. Tried their beer samples which were quite strong. Came back to hotel and zonked. Woke up at 8:00 and went back for more of the ...
... The boys decided to go back up to the room and watch the 2nd half whilst Ash and I decided to do some shopping.
This afternoons plan was to join the 4th of July festivities at Lake Union Park. When we got there we found a stage with the national guard band, littlr remote control sail boats zooming around the pond, food vendors and lots of families all prepared with tents and picnic blankets. This is when it started spitting ...
... times on two occasions. Temperatures were in the low 60s most of the time. It was a perfect time to visit the country. The national flower, the tulip, was blooming everywhere. There were absolutely no insects!
Although it is still the off-season we were surprised at the crowds, especially in Istanbul. Of course it is a big city so maybe that should be expected, especially on a weekend.
Turkey is a fruit producing country and ...
... 8217;s owned by a family who live in it now. Fans will stop by and sit awhile on the bench in the clearing next door, however, and it’s carved with tributes to Cobain and Nirvana.
We’re sans-Laura that night so Jarrod, Maz and Veg are kind enough to let me tag along to a seafood dinner (you gotta take advantage of being sans-vegetarian!) on their last night in Seattle. The next day I also get to bust out on my own, and I’m ...
... the 50's when their first jet airliner was developed. It was a descendant of the 700 series of it's predecessor, and apparently the Bond books were also starting to make waves. The suits must have decided that 7 was catchy, and so it stuck. The first model was the 707, and we're currently up to the 787...
With my inner-engineer satisfied, I set off for the wilderness!
[30 miles on the road]