Courtyard Seattle Bellevue/Downtown
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... too fast on Crete's national highway, ALMOST climbed Mt Ida, had dinner in the southernmost city in Europe, witnessed the commotion in Athens on the night of the most important vote in the country's recent history, feasted on a hill overlooking the Acropolis, ate enough tzatziki and gelato to bump Greece's GDP a tenth of a percent, and got lost more times than I can remember.
Homecomings like these are always so bittersweet.
... wise it's more for sight seeing which was nice, the trip took around 5 minutes and we hopped off it was just before 10 , nothing was open yet so we walked up to the pacific science centre to wait for it to open. This place is allot like Scitech but a older versions with mechanical dinosaurs and lots of different interactive experiments and things to do for kids, so if you are planning on going with children its a good experience, they have a ...
Can't believe I've left Portland and nearly been over here a week. It's flown by. I really like Portland and I'm lucky to have had such a nice host family on my first stop. Bev dropped me off at the train station this morning. Very glad I decided to catch the train the views were beautiful. Very comfy too with wide leather chairs. I'm staying at ...
... area has or had a basement space that they can use as they wish. One company gives walking tours of certain tunnels and basement spaces which are really cool until the guide announces that the tunnels were condemned before the Seattle World's Fair because people continued to use them despite their disrepair (and the presence of actual pavements at street level) and several cases of the plague were reported. I'm assuming the tunnels we were shown have passed some sort ...
Seattle, named after the famous Indian Cheif of the area was originally settled by one Arthur A. Denny in 1851. Remember that restaurant chain that never quiet took off in Australia named "Denny's," well that's where the name comes from. It's common to see these restaurants here, and I'm told their fare is not of the highest standard. The rocket scientist settled on a piece of land that got flooded twice a day as the high tide came in. Strangely enough the city grew quickly and they ...