Residence Inn Seattle Bellevue
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- Swimming pool
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Three days into the cruise and we've settled into a comfortable routine. Coffee delivered to our cabin, a shower, and breakfast, followed by book club for nearly an hour. What a life! Meeting up afterward with Larry to decide what to do until we meet with new found friends for happy hour always seems to turn up something to fill our time. Followed by dinner and the evening show, a glass of wine, live music, conversation with ...
... carving of a troll under a bridge. Pretty cool. Then to a rocket. Meh.
We contemplated going for lunch in the area but everywhere we wanted to go was too much of a distance so we stood in the drizzle by the side of the road waiting for a bus for about 30 minutes. This may be as surprising as money is exchanged for goods and services but people who get public buses in the day during the week aren’t the most savoury people. I spend (and will spend) a lot ...
... snow capped Mt Rainer towering over the landscape plus all the rain keeps everything a vibrant green. Even the weed here is amazing, cheap as **** ($30 for like a 50 bag and a half) and strong enough to kill Nick 'Green Machine' Harrison. Anyways enough about my newfound erection for the city. Last monday I went and saw Nails and Iron Lung play at a small venue called El Corazon in Seattle. The Venue was sick, perfect size for moshing with no barriers and a small bar tucked off to ...
Today was my day! I was alone all day so I was able to do whatever I wanted. I spent most of the morning inside because it was raining out. Once the rain settled down a bit, I left the apartment and walked around Bellevue. I walked to the Sports Authority, Barnes and Noble, and a cupcake store. The Sports Authority was just for fun, as was the Barnes and Noble. I am kind of looking for a new book, so I was seeing what was new on paperback. I then sat in ...
... As the trip was coming to an end, we decided to spend the last day of our US tour exploring the culture and vibe of down-town Seattle. Our first visit was to the famous Pike Market where we indulged in free food tastings, admired the hippies arts & crafts, and checked out the guys at Pike Place Fish throwing massive salmon to each other. We then made our way to a hand-made cheese factory ...