Holiday Inn Seattle
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... the RV and the dog then went into Seattle. We did the typical touristy stuff like Pikes Fish Market and the original Starbucks. http://www.visitseattle.org/things-to-d o/sightseeing/pike-place-market/
Pikes Market consists of ...
Our first full day in the U.S. of A and we prepare to board the Carnival Legend for seven days at sea, exploring the Alaskan coast. Initial thoughts on America? People are soooo polite! It is refreshing and makes you realise how politeness has become undervalued at home in Northern Ireland. Also, they really know how to do breakfast in the States. Team Thompson enjoyed digging into Birchers' Muesli (one of the ...
... was that we walked right past the "dogs in the park" stand. I ordered a Mediterranean dog and my soreness seemed to melt away. It wasn't as good as the Japadog but definitely was exactly what I needed. Back at the hostel I showered, relaxed and Stefan and I decided to head out for a drink and meet his friends from Waterloo with whom he'd be leaving with the next day to drive down the coast to LA. After a little while I had to go home and get some sleep and be ready for tomorrow. It was a long ...
... a few homeless people snoozing in the square, but hey, if I was
homeless that is definitely where I would hang out. The only disruption to the relaxed
vibe that seems to consume the entire city was the occasional walking tour
guide shouting at their group, and even then you would learn something
interesting. We walked a little way past the square and ran into a shoe shiner
who had been servicing the shoes of Seattle for over 35 years. Seb has a pretty
pimping pair ...
... br> Oh! I discovered that I may be able to retire in northern California. It was gorgeous, Mount Shasta and all these little clear blue lakes and thick forests. I could probably do it. I also passed Deschutes, which some of you may know is one of my favorite breweries and I passed the actual Black Butte for which their Black Butte Porter is named. So cool.
Anyway, I got in at about 11ish ...