Hotel Nexus Seattle
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... and you'll miss the journey, but it does offer a different perspective on Downtown Seattle, albeit brief. From Westlake we walked back along 5th Avenue and past all the expensive shops where we decided not to buy a Louis Vuitton rucksack! Whilst at Pike Place we had bought some fresh Salmon and Tuna Poke, so rounded the day off with Andrew cooking a salad and fish supper at the hostel. Poke - Poke is a raw salad served as an appetizer in Hawaiian cuisine. ...
... to visit this dreaded place again, my attention would inevidubly return to the small mound of quarters (a close secound in the pet peeve department is having a bounty of change clanging around in my pocket), now you can see how this practice can completly break my spirit. While examining this pointless amount of metal currency I began pulling out three at a time (no problem there I had about 35 of them) and ...
... running' today!
Finally we headed into Ballard for a bite to eat. We ended up at Kita's Authentic Greek Cafe where I had a lovely Chicken 'Gyro'!
Tonight we're heading into Ballard again to meet up with Shawn (who's been at work all day) at "King Hardware"! It's an old, disused hardware store that has been converted to a Bar. Monday night is 1/2-price Buffalo Wings & Beers! Now you're talking!!
... dish with BBQ Pork and I had the Seafood Pho which was delicious but I really couldn't finish it. It did make me decide to do a couple of cooking courses when I get home, I think I will do a Thai class and a Vietnamese if I can find some reasonably priced ones. On our way back to the hotel we saw a woman sitting at another restaurant in their outside section smoking Marijuana, I had heard it was permissible in parts of Seattle but I hadn't seen ...
... but we finally got there!
Our tour guide, Amy was waiting for us with our BITES! Shopping bags - she shared some of the history of the market, and filled us in on how important a part of the community this market is. Our first stop of the day was right above where we met (the Community Kitchen) - it was La Crepes Francaise, where a luscious crepe ...