Extended Stay America - Seattle - Lynnwood
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... to Chinatown we happened upon the King street railroad station. of course Ken had to go and see the trains and was I pleased that that he did. It is an absolutely beautiful station that was built in 1902-1904 and restoration was completed in 2013. I can't include any photos of it in this blog as I haven't yet worked out how to get pictures from my camera to my ipad so my photos will be limited you may be pleased to hear.
... bit was a projector screen you stood in front of and as you moved it would add details to you. So you could make shapes and it would interpret them as a face or something. Dunno how it worked but highly amusing.
After the EMP, we walked to a Pizza place for dinner before heading back to the apartment. We met Jeff who was very lovely and a great host showing us all his cool gadgets (its an amazing flat) before going to ...
... was great. Here a a few pictures from the train window Have been texting our times and locations along the way. Just before arriving at Everett my friend Richard asked me to get off there rather than go all the way into Seattle so that's what I did. It was great to see Richard and to go to his home after stopping at Five Guys (my first time) Home to Richards, where I see Josh Have a great steak dinner with Richard, Leah, Josh, and 8 year old Peyton Piper Go to sleep in a real ...
... getting hammered again though ;) Lennys probably only had about 2 other people in there but again that mattered not, and beer mattered so! Erich found a giant food dehydrator (wtf) so that got carted back with us somehow! In the morning he kinda realised he didn't have much practical use for it but naturally it seemed a good idea at the time!
Once back, I was nearly given alcohol poisoning again as poured a giant wine glass of straight white ...
... had just ignored the last one that still remained in my passport from two years ago.
The discussion of someone’s superiority complex sent me straight to sleep, and I finally woke up in Seattle feeling as refreshed as one can after a Greyhound journey. A walk to my hostel, Green Tortoise Backpackers at Pike Place Market, was soon complete, and with my bag dropped off in my room I made my way around the market in search of some favourites ...
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