Red Lion Hotel Bellevue
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... too fast on Crete's national highway, ALMOST climbed Mt Ida, had dinner in the southernmost city in Europe, witnessed the commotion in Athens on the night of the most important vote in the country's recent history, feasted on a hill overlooking the Acropolis, ate enough tzatziki and gelato to bump Greece's GDP a tenth of a percent, and got lost more times than I can remember.
Homecomings like these are always so bittersweet.
... the Belltown district famous for its sidewalk cafe's and music clubs and venues where Grunge metal was started. Continued into the shopping district in the downtown area and finally headed back to our hotel at the end of another exhausting day having walked about 12Km according to my trusty Fitbit. Tomorrow we fly up to Fairbanks to start our Alaskan ...
... in America. Refreshing us for a big walking day we headed back to the Pike Market where they have 3 floors of food and "stuff". We got to taste some of the fresh produce and OMG.....it was magnificent. The market is also home to the "famous" fish throwers. One of the fish stalls put on a show indiscriminately throwing their fish from counter to counter. If you are behind them you just have to hope they don't miss!! Soaking up ...
... meant Steve. It took 45 minutes, not to bad. Went with the group to have spaghetti dinner and did the space needle. It was nice to finish off the trip this way. What a view. Went to the Seattle Public Market, beautiful bouquets of flowers and were throwing fish. Took a picture of the first Starbucks. Took a picture of Safeco field where the Mariners play and Century Link Field where the Seahawks play. Nice couple from New Orleans has a restaurant called Napoleon ...
... ceremony being conducted - lots of red and blue balloons everywhere.
After spending some time poking around we walked down towards the Olympic Sculpture Stadium where we had a great view of Pier 70 and across the water. The sculptures themselves weren't very exciting.. we weren't even sure what most of them were supposed to be. From here we made our way back into Downtown where we found a bar to have a drink and watch a bit of ...