Hilton Garden Inn Seattle / Issaquah
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... snapper with Dungeness crab, Dick had a rib-eye steak with corn and tomato salad, and I had salmon on top of a cream corn risotto. Believe me it looked as good as it tasted. Unfortunately, Dick and I were enjoying the company so much, we forgot to take the pictures. We did take photos of the desserts which the three of us shared, white chocolate bread pudding with ice cream and beignets. What a wonderful meal and company! So ...
... 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 ...
... to some unbelievable parties, pubs and restaurants. It was a whirlwind and very fun. I had decided that I wasn’t here just for the beaches and parties. We hiked to the top of the mountain overlooking Rio and saw the amazing statue of Christ, Corcovado. We went to botanical gardens; the foliage was verdant and lush. We went to a little meeting hall 10 miles outside of town where a revolution had been planned many years before. We visited with many people, I fulfilled a promise ...
This coming weekend, we are going to take our first steps on a new continent. It's time to start exploring South America! The plan was to tackle one country at a time, and try to see as much as possible. We're going to get a few years of South American adventure out of this!
Stopher got to pick first and wanted to see the Inca ruins in Peru. We're going to fly into Cusco, and ...
... lunch we headed for Pike Place Market and soon learned why people used the cross over instead of taking the stairs down to street level. To get to 1st street and the market we had to walk up what seemed like hundreds of steps. At least there were landings to break up the climb. Whew, a real workout!
Then, FLOWERS!!!! Lots and lots of beautiful bouquets for sale. I had to keep myself from buying one and trying to ...