Embassy Suites Seattle - Tacoma International Airport
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We woke up to a beautiful day in Seattle, with no hint of rain. Mike & Sherry were flying across the country, so the rest of us headed just north of the city to the Ballard Locks, salmon fish ladder, and botanical garden (all in one place).
Being the 4th of July, the locks were busy with boats going in and out between a 30 foot …
... and peonies were so beautiful! The had tshirts and hand made crafts. Today Seattle has a heat advisory, it got up to 83. It is warm and we are very worn out from yesterday's hike. We decide it is time for nourishment. We found a recommend place (Adams coworker) called Biscuit *****, the biscuits looked great in every flavor and topping, but they also looked heavy in this warm day. So off to the Pike Brewery. We had great crab and artichoke dip. Adam enjoyed the local beer and I the ...
... get from the bus and to the airport at the end.
It was also a bit of an eye opener as there are a lot of homeless and mentally ill people in the area, and the building we were staying in was a low income building ie there was a max income you had to come under before you could live there. But all the people in the building we saw were friendly and chatty, and really helpful. It also had a gym we could use!
Our only full day we had ...
... to me we should have 143 minutes. I will see what happens after Kodiak to see if they adjust it. We headed off to the lecture, I would have liked to have a look at the apparel sale but as John is concerned about our expenditure I will not, I will have to keep my purchases really small if I am to buy anything. I would like to look at the photos from the formal dinner but not really sure whether to or not. ...
... They also took the opportunity to raise the city above sea level so the sewage they were sending out there stopped coming back to visit them at high tide. They did it backwards though because they rebuilt the city, and then they raised it. "How?" You may ask. Or you may not, it's up to you, but I'm going to tell you anyway. They built the new buildings with the proper grand entrances on the first floor, and had temporary boring entrances on the ground floor. Then walls were ...