Holiday Inn Seattle
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... see, but instead would grow envious as I noticed them on Facebook. I feared not making friends here and the discomfort of living in someone else' home.
However as the day grew closer I became more and more excited. I got to Skype with Henriette a week prior to my departure, and the ease at which I can talk to her tempered a lot of my nerves. Then, slowly I began having to say goodbye to my communities. First several friends headed home ...
... again and headed to Gas Works Park. What an awesome city park! The view of Seattle’s skyline was the best from Gas Works, which is the former site of Seattle Gas Light Company’s gas plant. There are houseboats lining one side of the park, and the gas works are rusting and fenced in but remain a prominent feature of the park. On another beautiful sunny day, the park was brimming with people and dogs/kids wandering around. ...
... heat in boiling water 30 seconds. The chef, from India, prepared creme brûlée with this helpful hint.....process brown sugar in the food processor until it is nearly powdered before sprinkling on top of the set custard. Then the torch will caramelize it much more evenly and quickly. These two tips alone were worth the time at the demonstration. After meeting up in our cabin, Larry and I enjoyed a bite of lunch on the Lido deck, followed by the luxury of time to read. We'd ...
... if he had left the crude, rude, and socially unacceptable comments and jokes out of his routine. That was a recurring problem with the evening shows on this cruise - the entertainers ruined their routines with needless crass humor.
Those are the highlights of our first day on the ship. We had fun! [We did miss Denise and Scott, though!]
... great tour.
Afterwards we were invited to join Rebecca and Molly for the Happy Hour at Lecosho. They were delightfully interesting company and time just flew by. They had dinner reservations elsewhere but we decided to stay for dinner at Lecosho as it was one of the Seattle Restaurant Week promotion restaurants where three courses are offered for $28 which is fantastic. The food was amazing and we had a thoroughly enjoyable ...