Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the best part of our Seattle trip... the Map Store! We must have spent at least an hour wandering around and reconstructing the world via very complicated puzzle techniques. Finally we were out of things to do and decided that Oysters and wine were the place to be. We spent the rest of the afternoon and early evening eating oysters, clams and key lime pie while learning Sign Language and Russian and drinking ...
... can imagine, I was like a child at christmas. So after the ice cream I ventured alone to the pie shop, where I was given the driest, most disgusting chicken pie I have ever eaten. THEY DIDNT EVEN HAVE GRAVY! Nonetheless, I am still pleased to say I had a meat pie. That night I then packed my backpack once again and prepared myself for the early wake up the next day to catch my flight. Seattle I'm sorry I didn't see much of you, I will be back! Next up, ...
26/27 July...today we travel by ferry from Victoria to Seattle, about 2 and a half hours. Had to clear immigration as we were going into the States. Colleen had a new experience..they swabbed her for explosives!! Had a bus tour of the city...city markets etc. The next day Colleen and I were picked up by a friend of hers and given a tour of the East side of Seattle before having brunch beside Washington Lake. Her friend's husband works ...
... I would have definitely jumped on the bandwagon. I was able to do some sightseeing in Seattle which was actually a nice change from hanging out at the house with Kitty and the clique rabbits. Seattle, paired with Austin, get my vote for prettiest cities. The ocean surrounding Seattle just allows it to wink at you, providing a calming yet thoughtful sensation. Austin is great because of the random, calming lake in the middle of the city centre. I visited the observatory in the ...
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