Embassy Suites Seattle - Tacoma International Airport
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- Swimming pool
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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 …
... we went to a nice restaurant
called Bitterroot BBQ and has some drinks to finish off a great two weeks in Seattle.
Fri 20– Onto Vancouver on a long bus journey. Getting the Greyhound
bus is an interesting experience it really is a mixed bunch of people! You
never really get to see much on the road as it is just the highway. But a good
time to write the blog!
... on to a few happy hours and met his friends at a Coney Island inspired bar. His friends live on Vashon Island, a quick ferry ride outside of Seattle, so we went there on Sunday for the day/night. It's an island the size of Manhattan but is only inhabited by just over 10k people. Definitely a slower pace from the city which was a nice change. On the ferry ride over you have an amazing view of Olympic National Park and Mount Rainier. Coming from Ontario, ...
... Jason, and their house was around a 40 minute drive out of Seattle, situated in the suburbs. Ocean views could be seen from the front window and the house held a decent sized garden complete with a shed that resembled a small barn. Even though Seattle does not permeate a hustle and bustle vibe, it felt good to be away from city life and I was looking forward to chilling out before I dove into proper Australian travelling. Whilst Jason and steph were working, I busied myself ...
... I brought my rain coat. However the weather did not put a damper on anything. Rich and I saw a Lumberjack show. Rich was given a nice size piece of the log that they chopped in half. He wanted to take it home, but it was pretty heavy. So they were nice enough to saw some more off of it and now we are coming home with a 20 lb hunk of wood instead of a 50 lb hunk of wood. We were one of the last people to get onboard before leaving. Had some lunch and then ...