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... I'm glad the FA didn't think I was a complete *****.
Priya came back eventually and sat in her seat, fell asleep, and snored for most of the rest of the flight. (When she was awake, she'd burp.) I had planned to read one of the books I bought at Heathrow but I just couldn't. Ended up watching several episodes of "The Big Bang Theory," "Friday Night Dinner" (which was hilarious), and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The good thing about watching TV shows on board is that you ...
... for a happy hour break and decided to walk the 1.3 miles back to our hotel. We started out following WAZE on my phone, but after going in circles for over thirty minutes it dawned on me that WAZE is for car traffic and Seattle's one way streets is why we were going in circles. Now we were almost two miles from the hotel. Thanks to "Siri" we found walking directions to the hotel and started home. Problems arouse right away, because Bruce was on ...
... Park and the TV show, Frasier. No one knew. He said that we would figure it out when we got there. Well, look at the photo of Kerry Park. Our photo is taken at Kerry Park.
After the tour, we went to Pike Place Market and ate lunch at Lowell's. Pat and John, food was great and the view even better. Thanks for the suggestion. Dick had fish and chips and I had grilled fish tacos! We tried a local beer called Manny's.
We walked the market after lunch. What ...
... lots of unique little shops at the markets like antique shops, toy shops, comic book shops, the list goes on. We also went on The Great Seattle Wheel, which is a ferris wheel. We also did the Space Needle observation deck, Museum of Flight and also went outlet shopping. The outlet shopping was great, the clothes are so much cheaper than in Canada. Seattle would be a fantastic place to live if it wasn't for the weirdos, long story but Tom and I almost got picked up ...
... before they headed off to Mount Olympia as it was my last full day in the states.
The next day I decided to have a lie in as it had been a tiring couple of days, once I’d sorted out some bits and pieces, including going to have my camera fixed which cost $150!, I met up with the guys for the last time and had a Coffee at my favourite place on Gum Alley. They then headed off to Mount Olympia and I had decided I’d go up the Columbia Center Sky ...