The Paramount Hotel
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Walking tour in the morning was awesome. Exploring the little laneways, experiencing the market and learning about the history was fantastic. It was sad to see so many homeless people, especially because it's just so cold.
We had lunch at an Irish bar and watched college football over a couple of pints.
Off to Centurylink Stadium …
Fitted so much into our 3 days in Seattle that it's been a struggle to find time to write this post. The first day was cold & rainy - very common for this place where the sun only shines for about 85 days per year! We ignored the weather & went on a great tour with Shuttertours to some famous & some more obscure areas, all with a focus …
... meeting ended. She arrived at the park about 5:00. We decided to have a drink before supper. We went to the The Tap House Grill where they had 160 beers and ciders on tap. I had Ace Pineapple Cider, Derek had Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest, Erin had D’Wicked Baked Apple Cider, and Larry had Ballast Point "Pumpkin Down" Scottish Pumpkin Ale. The bartender was very friendly as we sat at the bar. He brought me a sample of the Apple ...
... traffic for around an hour before it was our turn. They checked our passports and each person, before asking the standard questions you'd get at immigration in the airport. It was all pretty easy, other than the traffic leading up to it. I think I’d like to experience the US/Mexico border to see what that is like.
We finally made it to the Boeing factory, the place where they make all the Boeing planes. It is the biggest factory in the world by ...
Morning in Nanaimo brought a unique sound for the Journey…a brief light drizzle falling on the roof. The pitter-patter was short lived yet the clouds persisted. From #172 we could see the where the Nanaimo River empties into the Strait wedged between Duke Point and the main waterfront in town. A very peaceful setting for a very peaceful Journey.
With a border crossing in our near future with restrictions on food products we ...