Extended Stay America - Seattle - Federal Way
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... one and the city was at sea level this could cause the toilets to react like geysers and send ten foot spouts of sewage into the air when the tide came in. All in all it was a happy day for the locals when the city burnt down in 1889. The new city was built at a higher level and the streets were paid for by a tax on alcohol and income tax paid by the prostitutes, or "seamstresses" as they liked to be known. We went on a tour of the old underground streets. To be ...
... people of the 20th century - granted they are both long dead but still didn’t stop those experiences being any less poignant to me, I took in all the things you should do as a tourist in Seattle like harbour tours, the Space Needle, Columbia Tower, the waterfront piers, Pike Place Market and a couple of museums.
Seattle is only 4hours and 30dollars away from Vancouver so ...
... June 6 - June 17)
Planning a "normal" length trip overseas, for me, requires a lot of work
and effort. I'm a very detail oriented person so I like to know all of
the places I'm going to go and when I am going to get there and how much
things cost etc. I build in some breathing room into the schedule (or
not) and if things don't go according to plan on the trip I adjust.
... how impressive it was. We spent the day there, admiring all sorts of aircraft, from WW1 biplanes to spy drones. We sat in the cockpit of a Lockheed Blackbird, smiled at the carplane from the 1950s and were amazed at the flimsiness of the warplanes from WW1. Outside in air park you could climb aboard Concorde. Sadly the seats were protected by Perspex walls so we could only comment on how cosy it was. The President's plane was much better: Air Force one ...
Monday, 29 July
Onward to the west coast to Seattle, Dash Point State Park to be more precise, to visit the Pacific Ocean once again. Arrived at lunch time and set up camp. Went to Walmart to buy some grub and then headed on down to the beach. Hmmm, the beach isn't the best, but there were plenty of locals there, holiday season here. Plenty of green weed on the beach, and dollar shells in the sand. Homes built right on the ...