Red Lion Hotel And Conference Center
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... of polish and our one brush and rag. It was safe to say
that the veteran Seattle shoe shiner had some very pleased customers when he
was done. Seb felt and looked like the fanciest man in downtown as we made our
way back to our hostel.
Outside on the corner of our hostel was the first street
beggar to really capture my attention. He was wearing a fuzzy beanie and held a
cardboard sign that said “Need money to **** a *****.” I laughed for so long,
We arrived in Seattle at 5:30 in the morning. I was so exhausted but I was really excited to stop and have breakfast in the city. We didn't check in luggage is so we had to find a luggage storage place in Seattle. Who know that they got rid of lockers in airports. Damn terrorists! We stopped at Pike's marketplace for ...
... and are steadily getting more and more ****** and loud but are well behaved,good luck with that cycle home.We then caught the taxi back to downtown Seattle a great view of the city from the water it's been raining hard for quite some time now (well this is Seattle) had trouble finding the light rail and ended going from University street,free shuttle home when we eventually found a pay phone dead tired fell asleep with A Jack Daniels and a beer
Monday 26th ...
... hostel, found the room, was assigned a top bunk, did a
quick unpack, then left the hostel, walked to the pike place market,
had a look around, then walked back to the monorail and caught it to
the seattle centre – where the space needle was. I went to the EMP
museum, where i picked up the seattle pass, looked around this cool
museum, got some souvineers, then walked over to the space needle
itself, i went up, took ...
... quality time with family before leaving, but I still think I'll find it a bit difficult when Christmas actually comes around. The countdown has begun!
2nd of December 2013:
Brussels - Amsterdam - Seattle
It's always a plunge into the deep end when you set out to travel for the next 6 months. But this time i feel like it's an ever bigger plunge: more elements I'm completely unfamiliar with. It's all relative though... 2 years ...