Ramada Limited Tukwila/SeaTac Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Back through Kamloops and Hope (on the tree at rest stop were crab apples - miniature apples only good for cooking though) passing Mt Baker full of snow before having lunch at Abbotsford Mall. We crossed the border to Washington State. Bow Hill was next rest stop before arriving in Seattle. We went over Lake Union, saw the Space Needle in the …
... few. We also saw many of Seattle Art Museum's "art on the streets" sculptures, the Great Wheel (ferris wheel), and waterfront along Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. We also stopped at Gas Works Park, which afforded a wonderful view of the Seattle skyline (including the iconic Space Needle).
A fun lunch break at Chinook's at Seattle's Fishermen's Terminal was our next stop, where ...
... heaving with people so l did not stay long however l did get to witness the famous 'fish throwing’ that the market is known for and viewing the line for people wanting to get a coffee in the original ‘Star Bucks Cafe’ . Just under the market there is some questionable art work that everyday people contribute to…………….t he ‘Gum Wall’ yes that’s right a wall that people ...
... a miss...). I also liked the "elephant" garlic bulbs (as big as your fist), the yoghurt bar and the crumpet shop (we had one with maple butter!) When I managed to drag myself (and my purse) away, we headed to the meeting point for the Seattle Free WalkingTours. This was a two hour tour of Seattle, focussing mainly on Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square. We found out lots of interesting facts, like that Seattle used to be 12 feet ...
... there in 50-plus years of living around Seattle. We will always treasure this picture and his memory. No matter where we travel, he'll always be in our thoughts.
We leave Wednesday morning for our 50th State, Hawaii. Once we get settled in, we'll check back...that is if we can tear ourselves away from the scenery! More pictures and updates to come!
The (Soon-To-Be) Islanders,
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