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Travel Blogs from Seattle
... the latter provided mostly by my goofy and wonderful brother, David, and the lovely Beth.
In late June, we headed for Seattle, Washington, where Paul officially started his job with initial training, team introductions and acclimation to internal processes. Neither of us had ever been here, and it is a very cool city full of art museums, food markets, great restaurants, coffee shops and - always my favourite - hill climbs. I've never felt such ...
... Museum. We weren't sure what to expect, but we had heard many good things about this museum. It's kind of a mixture of movies, music, video games, sci-fi, and pop culture. We started at the special exhibit of Star Wars costumes, and they had many original costumes on display. Many were very intricate and well done. From there we moved on to a section on Horror Movies.
Jimmy would have liked this section, as it went into some ...
... and watching TV. I had a chat with Tegan to see how she was going and they were preparing for their final day in San Francisco before heading back to LA tomorrow.
Around 5:00 we headed to Five Point Cafe for dinner, a kind of grunge bar that apparently Eddie Vedder used to frequent. The place had good meals and I finally got to have some nice vegetables for a change.
We're just having a quite one tonight because we're making a day trip to Vancouver in the ...
... to Marymere Falls, what we loved so much here was the remoteness
it was literally like walking in to a film site. We must have said ‘wow’ a
million times. The walk along the river to the fall was awesome. Then we drove
to Sol Duc Hot Springs down a road with no other cars for about 30 minutes,
very surreal! The last stop of the day was Rialto Beach truly the best beach we
I woke up at sunrise and saw a lovely sight as I looked out the window. I managed to get a photo of the sunrise, and we had breakfast as we watched our sail into the port of Fukuoka. It appears we are very lucky with the weather as well, partly cloudy but sunny, no rain for a change. We were all docked and ready to leave the ship by 8am but John and I waited until 9am to get off. We headed down to the shuttle bus which ...