Ramada Kent Seattle Area
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... that night together until the wee hours. We made plans to meet the next day and hang out together for the rest of the week. I had myself a little posse and it felt good. This was my first real experience with the often unexpected magic of travel friendships. I am still good friends with Mike to this day. The next day on the beach, we met a cool young Brazilian lawyer named Icaro. We were the only gringos on the beach and he was interested in talking with us. We played ...
... string tugging me stronger and stronger home and an excitement to be there once again and at the same time a sadness that this big adventure is almost at it's end.
Didn't feel like cooking when we arrived here so walked up a couple blocks and tried Saiman Says (Hawaii style noodles and more) which proved to be an excellent choice. Both or our dishes were wonderful and reasonable; Denis opted for ...
... couple of the Canadians. It was situated at the bottom of the Space Needle and was apparently a yearly thing on Memorial weekend, I realise I forgot to mention this, it was memorial weekend, an American holiday to remember their military casualties, while at St Helens and in Seattle. It like most public holidays was used to party, although apparently there are marches and stuff in remembrance.
The Folk festival was really cool, it was many markets then stages ...
... Kickin' Boot Whiskey kitchen in local Ballard. This was a favourite for me with a friendly atmosphere and belly warming home style cooking. I sampled the smoky slow cooked pork shoulder with a side of spinach and bacon with delicious home made white garlic sauce. OH YUMMMM. The girls were happy with their grilled cheese sandwiches and fries and Wayne enjoyed some sticky, smoky BBQ ribs!
Aunty K and Uncle B watched the ...
We head to Seattle on the Victoria Clipper, a high speed catamaran which travels at 35 miles @ hour which is pretty fast. Probably 300 plus passengers. It took us 2 and 1/2 hours to cross Puget Sound to reach Seattle. Smooth ride. We were throwing big spray. We also saw very big ocean cargo ships heavily loaded with containers. Seattle is a beautiful city with an enormous bay. Our ...