Hilton Garden Inn Seattle / Issaquah
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... the platform trying to photograph the sculptures from interesting angles. I apologised and continued to photograph, an elder gentleman came over after the security guard had left and told me to photograph the exhibit how I wanted not how the security guard wanted me to. He mentioned that he had been warned 4 times already about doing things he wasn't supposed to do. He was a nice man with a funny sense of humour. I will load lots of photos of ...
... the weather, we're excited to be here spending time with Patty, Don, Ben, and Josie.
What a great first week in the Seattle area. Monday we rode the bike to Ballard, an area just north of downtown Seattle. There we watched boats of all sizes navigate the locks, making their ascent from the salt water of Puget Sound to the fresh water of Lake Washington. Fascinating! We could easily spend an entire ...
... people who started off doing
this as something fun to do after work, and now they’re superstars in their own
inimitable sport. It’s pretty inspiring, and when my damn ankle is better I vow
to fulfil the dream I failed to do two years ago and join Roller Derby.
Somewhere, someday, The derby world will know my name.
We watched two bouts, one with the home teams (for some
reason called Rat City) Roller Girls vs. Denver, and the other ...
... some lunch for tomorrow too. At the till they said we needed a card (but it wasn't a fiver a year, haha). He asked if we were just visiting, so he scanned one for free, apparently you get everything cheaper. We walked back to the hostel, excited to cook. Although it looked like there was enough vegetables to feed the 5,000 we didn't have much left overs. The steak was AMAZING!! To say we'd cooked it ourselves, it was so tender and yummy - we didn't leave ...
Our first stop was the Museum of Art and it was the last day of an exhibition of a local lady who has only one eye, very clever ...