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I continued along the Pier walkways and headed back downtown towards the historic Fisherman's Wharf.
Later that afternoon I was fortunate enough to be shown the areas of Capitol Hill, Fremont and the grounds of the University of Washington. There is an incredible view towards Mount Rainer from the central courtyard of the University and an exquisite view inside the Graduate Library! Fremont is ...
... the same year we went to Europe (and Panama...and Arizona), but with family doing well and pretty understanding, I knew this is the type of vacation Dan loves, relaxing time in the sun and playing in the waves, and it is a blessing to be able to do this together.
So we had a great time with family at the Hilliard brunch, said goodbyes to everyone at home, and with plans for a New Year's "Christmas" with Sara and Mark, ...
... 34 rows back where we enjoyed the amped atmosphere and chocolate dipped strawberries. Our hostel we stayed at was called Hotel Hotel Hostel ($28/night) which was a interesting name but it was in a nice suburb Fremont which was a young vibe because it's a university area. Today I booked my flight for December to come home for when Jemma has the baby ($1660). The Sunday markets were just down the road from our hostel which were cool and we had some delicious ...
... hospitality and letting me crash with you and eat your food (some more than others! Just the food thing, not the crash and hospitality thing) :) If you're reading this and I didn't see you or stay with you, thanks for reading it anyway and living vicariously through me! It's been a blast!! Also, if you wait about 5 or 6 days I'll be starting an Iceland and New York City blog you can read too..if you want. OK BYE! You guys are the best!
... we were on returns to the beginning of Seattle and how it started.
Firstly - In 1853 Seattle was named after the most important Chief of two tribes at the time and while his name was not actually Seattle - it was an Anglicised rendition of the name of Sealth. The founding of the City of Seattle is attributed to the arrival of the Denny Party in 1851. It expanded quickly when the Northern Pacific Railroad announced they had chosen it Seattle for its main ...