DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport - Southcenter
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... see my car. I just sat there for a while to catch my breath and relax before he long drive back. Looks like it would take us almost two hours to get home during rush hour traffic. I was jealous Stefan got to sleep the entire time while I was left to deal with the crazy Seattle drivers. Finally we made it to Hertz, dropped off the car and walked back to the hostel. I would have taken an uber but there's nothing like capping off an 11 miles hike than with over a mile walk home. The ...
... concerns voiced in the literature seems overblown to me.
Thus ends another adventure for us. Until the next blog...... Adios and safe journeys! And remember what Mark Twain once said:
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
... Very apt I must say. It was lovely and the view of the peak covered in fresh snow was really something else. We hiked a trail called the skyline trail which gains about 1500 ft elevation, we got up to kind of the foot of the peak if that makes sense - the bit where the snow starts anyway! The views along the hike itself, across the meadows, down the ridges, up to the peak and the cascade range and looking in the other direction over the Tatoosh range, Mount ...
... for a really lovely evening.
The next day we headed down to Pioneer Square to do the Underground Seattle Tour. This tour is great to do if you are ever in Seattle. Not only is it interesting from a historical understanding of the city but parts are quite amusing, especially the seamstress/prostitute story and we will definitely be taking the more adult night version of this tour next time we are back there!
The night was topped with ...
... the newly built city library as well as some shopping in stores that reminded me of David Jones on steroids. The day reminded me of the nostalgic times when I was young and my Mum would take me to the city to see the latest museum exhibit as a wide eyed young boy. As the sun set over the Puget Sound (Seattle's main bay) I made my way to Safeco field where I was to attend my first game of baseball. "Take me down to the ball game, take me out with the crowd," rang in my ears as I ...