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As we wave goodbye to Mazda's NC-generation MX-5 Miata ahead of greeting an all-new model later this year, we decided a proper sendoff had to include a top-down video with only the sights and sounds of the car itself ...
... advised by hotel. It was a large market area of fresh veg, meat, fish, gifts, coffee etc also home to the first Starbucks. The pavements were mucky with spit and other stuff, the area smelt of sweat, urine and old fish guts, it had an uncomfortable feel and the view of the docks harbour was not a good one. We left quickly and headed for the monorail, which was fun if not short but we enjoyed it, Seattle Centre as it was called housed the Music museum, science ...
... room is warm or depicts a stark designer touch, and whether the furniture goes with other accessories in the bathroom. Title:
An Introduction To Bathroom Furniture
Bathrooms today demand as much attention as the rest of the house because they are increasing used as restrooms for unwinding and relaxing. It pays to shop around before going ahead with a design on basis of an online catalog. This will result in ...
... which were sound proof rooms to thrash away in and you could record your 'music'! We had a mess around on the drums and guitar. They also had a whole stage setting complete with lights and pretend screaming fans so you could perform songs (it even corrected all your bad playing) and afterwards get a video of your set after! Pretty cool.
Then there was an Icons of Science Fiction bit, which had loads of props ...
... and winning the game. Enjoyed some good views from our seats and roaming around the rest of the club level sitting at random tables and benches with equally interesting and comfy views. Chatted with an usher who had lived in South San Fran for 30 years but now called Seattle her home. She took an awful pic of us...thank you Kim..oh well, she meant well.
Made our way back slowly, passing through Pike Place Market with its ...