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 …
... appeared and told the Indian lady that she was in her seat. So we both got up, let the English lady in, and the Indian lady asked me if the middle seat was her seat. Uh ... sure? We all got settled in, figured out which seatbelt belonged to which seat, and the Indian lady (I'm just going to call her Priya from now on) pulled out her blanket and put it over herself. Eventually she had moved around so much that the blanket bunched up, with quite a substantial bunch being on ...
... by the Olympic Sculpture Park. Large metal structures adorned the landscape. We saw college classes being conducted on the terraced steps. What a peaceful, scenic view to learn in!
There was also a QFC (Quality Food Center) near the hotel. It's open 24/7, so we thought we'd take a look. Surprised to find Kroger private label items and found out that this chain is part of the Kroger empire. Guess a little bit of home!
We had dinner ...
... was delicious. After the Coffee we sauntered back to the hostel which looked over Pike Place, the Famous fish throwing market. That Evening, after a cheeky nap, I just got things sorted and planned what the next few days would entail. I also returned Fifi to the Rental company, having a final mile count of 6575 miles, not bad for just over a month. It was a little emotional but I wouldn’t go and buy her, automatic’s suck.
The next morning I had agreed ...
... Kickin' Boot Whiskey kitchen in local Ballard. This was a favourite for me with a friendly atmosphere and belly warming home style cooking. I sampled the smoky slow cooked pork shoulder with a side of spinach and bacon with delicious home made white garlic sauce. OH YUMMMM. The girls were happy with their grilled cheese sandwiches and fries and Wayne enjoyed some sticky, smoky BBQ ribs!
Aunty K and Uncle B watched the ...