HYATT house Seattle/Bellevue
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We had a wonderful lunch today with Harold's friend and colleague, Terry, at Newcastle Golf Club. It was a beautiful place with panoramic views of downtown Seattle, Puget Sound and surrounding countryside. Lunch was delicious and Harold and Terry enjoyed seeing each other outside of work. After visiting with Terry for several hours, we went to Carl …
... Center viewing gallery on the 73rd floor, but it was a fair few blocks south so we walked all the way down along the waterfront taking in the fresh air and views. This was the third tall building we'd been up but felt very different. It was very modern, and had some interesting descriptions and models of the design of the building, as well as the role of shipping in the Seattle area. The views were incredible and reminded us of Paris (there we went up ...
... boats. Also, we will be looking for this golden ring, that makes you invisible, during our trip... we are told its near Mt Doom where we'll be camping.
Traveling New Zealand has been a lifetime dream for Kelley. What a better way to fulfill this than on our honeymoon!
Thank you to many of you helping us make this possible for us!
Kiwi's here we come!
... to Lake Union for dinner. Downtown Seattle sits on Lake, which gave me some great shots of the city from the water. Returning back home just as the sun was starting to set you can see Mount Rainer in the background. We had a great time on the water. ...
... 8217;s Public House, a restored 1890s saloon. Following a short intro, we walked through historic Pioneer Square to three different sections of Underground, about three blocks in all. Well worth doing if your ever in Seattle.
That evening Dad drove us over to West Seattle, a laid back residential neighbourhood with a good strip of shops, bars and restaurants. Mum would be driving us back as we headed to the Elliot Bay ...