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... a side of potatoes ... I think they were potatoes. I tried a couple, but the seasoning was very strange, so I didn't finish them. Dessert was good at least: orange chocolate mousse.
So dinner was over and we were in the lull where you just wish the flight attendants would come around and pick up the trays already, when Priya suddenly started acting funny and looking ill. I asked her if she needed to get up, she said yes, so I picked up my tray, put up the seat ...
... Way. A path was clear cut down the mountain slope to skid the logs down to the mill, thus the phrase Skid Row came to being.
In 1879, coal was discovered creating a new industry and a demand for more workers. In the 1880's the population boom began with 1000 newcomers arriving each month. Fishing became the third source of commerce. in 1889, the great fire leveled 116 acres in the middle of Seattle. New building codes and the arrival of the ...
... Dick ordered the flank steak. Unusual flavors and as it turned out, the marinade was made from Coke, OJ, garlic, and Worcestershire sauce. And, the cream pie was as advertised in that it was a lot of cream and coconut. Tasty but not worth the calories.
Afterwards, we walked around Pike Place Market and then cabbed it home! Wonderful day!
Tomorrow we head to Vancouver leaving with great memories of the Emerald City, Seattle.
... to do, we had a chat and she asked if I would be able to stay an extra couple of days. I think I under estimated how full on temping can be but it was fun, adrenaline pumping (I guess) you have no time to learn the job. I was very lucky that I had 10 minutes with the lady before she left cause that doesn't normally happen. My job was to answer and redirect calls, emails and faxes learning their phone system quickly and work out who takes what calls. Do the mail in ...
... We planned to go to the EMP Museum, a museum all about the rich music history of Seattle.
The building itself was pretty impressive with a metal wall that changed colour from a dark purple to metallic silver across the walls. It didn’t look overly big from the outside but actually took lie 3 hours to get round. Seeing some of the first guitars, which were invented in Seattle, Kurt Cobain and Jimmy Hendrix’s Guitars and the history of Nirvana and ...
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