Extended Stay America - Seattle - Northgate
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... to litter the city in a good way, it was everywhere the metal tree was pretty cool and we also passed the aquarium where apparently the first Orca was put into captivity and Goldie told me a rather sad story about how he was pulled away from his family and how they followed the boat for days and tried to rescue their compadre but were fruitless in their attempts.
On the walk back up to the Hostel, we came across the Gum wall, a rather gross but very photogenic ...
... high of 88. The lowest we had was 52 which was when we were driving through the redwoods. Consequently we missed the ferry we had intended taking so we wandered around killing time before having an early lunch. Now Liz had done some research regarding eateries and found that the number one place to eat was called Tats and what it serves is sandwiches. So we headed there around 11. Just as well because 20 minutes later the queue was 20 yards long and ...
... around the growing crowd. There was definitely something going on as there were some serious TV news cameras setting up. There is a walk of fame outside and after asking a guy we found that the founders of indie rock and the grunge movement, sub pop were being given their patch complete with a presentation and a live band, the Helio Sequence. It was a good atmosphere and fun to be about. Like a festival.
We browsed ...
... movies. Like Captain Kirks chair from Star Trek, Neo's big coat from the Matrix, guns from Men in Black and Alien films, Terminators metal head etc. Some of it was quite cool and interesting. There was also a screen play bit where you could dress up in costumes and stand in front of the camera, while someone else had some dinosaurs, horses etc on sticks to wave around in front of another camera so you could pretend to fight ...
... was largely spent sight seeing. Went to all the major attractions (Space Needle, Kerry Park which had some amazing views over Seattle, Pike Place Market, Waterfront etc) but it was more the unusual places that attracted/entertained me. Found some amazing Philly Steak place near Pioneer Square but that then was full of tramps! Visited Gum Wall which is it says a massive wall of chewing gum - pretty disgusting to be honest! Then visited the ...
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