Extended Stay America - Seattle - Kent
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... mine, Sharon and Jeff Cunningham, who live in Tacoma. They took us to see Dale Chihuly's "Bridge of Glass", a pedestrian walkway connecting the waterfront and Pacific Ave., that showcases his abstract blown-glass creations. The glass sculptor is a Tacoma native who now lives and works in a studio in Seattle -- we plan to see more of his work tomorrow in downtown Seattle. All the forest fire smoke has worked its way down to the ...
... at the Waterfall Garden Park.
From there on out we stayed on the trolley as it weaved through Chinatown and past numerous interesting pieces are art.
We finished our stay in Seattle with lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe before catching the light rail and bus back to the campground.
Tomorrow we visit Groundspeak the headquarters of Geocaching and head north toward Anacortes for our whale watch on Friday.
... be visiting Luxembourg during the cruise.
This will be our 7th river trip, having taken others in Egypt, China, Russia, Netherlands, Portugal and the lower Danube to Romania. They are a totally different experience than the big ship cruising. The boats are tiny, holding 140-160 people. The rooms are usually larger than those on big ships. The scenery is close by as you are on small rivers. ...
... desk. Told that they were on the top floor of jcpennies, off I went jumped in the lift. Now to try and get back, I went to ff or first floor. I thought the trip took longer on the way down, got out walked around and didn't recognise anything so headed back to the lift. Tried the second floor success, out I went had a bit of a look around and was asked by one of the staff if I needed help finding something. I ...
... our bags back to the Green
Tortoise, and then purchased some yummies from the market: a baguette again, an
avocado, a tomato and a cucumber that was longer than my head and as fat as my
arm (for 1 dollar as well!) We made our way to Pioneer Square, and while Seb
relaxed with the paper and a coffee I took the tour of Seattle’s underground. The tour was awesome and if you’re heading to Seattle and at all
interested in history then you ...