Residence Inn Seattle Bellevue
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Yes, souvenir shopping was done as gifts for people.
They will get them at some stage when I get home or feel they are worthy. Also it cheaper to buy online and ship home. Go figure.
Once we got back to Seattle we headed to the Space Needle a left over from the 1962 World's Fair and really this is not worth the amount of money for the attraction but if this was taken at night then I think the view would be great but in daylight it ...
... starting with the EMP.
The EMP is a cool museum of music, film and science fiction artefacts. Whilewe were there it had exhibits on Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Avatar, and Battlestar Galactica. The Avatar exhibit was particularly cool, with a great interactive section where you could be filmed using motion-capture cameras to become one of the Avatars! Geeky, but fun... especially making your Avatar dance the funky chicken haha.
The Pacific Science ...
... names. The first morning I had breakfast with an English couple. He knew what footropes were which was a nice surprise because that meant he did know a thing or two about sailing ships. (For most people I have to tell them I went on a pirate ship and then they seem to get it.) They were traveling with a big group to see the Rocky Mountains. I should have asked him what he did as he struck me as retired military but I neglected to do so. I later had dinner ...
... And above us, a predatory display of grace, soaring, the stealth bird, positioning for the kill.
The coup de grace had a tell for sure; but unlike the intake of breath through a boxers nose, the shouldering of a rifle or the stiffening of fur along the line of the spine, this tell, this final circling reconnaissance that soared upwards and fixed a flightpath to the surface below, was irrelevant. The fish doesn't know the world above it, ...
... a few pictures and wandered around the other stalls, but they were still setting up too. Rather than buy some food for the sake of it I headed off in search of something to photograph, and there I found the original Starbucks opposite the market. I couldn't leave without buying a mug to commemorate the first one of such a big chain, but I couldn't leave with a heavy bag to carry for the rest of the day either, so I left empty-handed with sights on returning after seeing ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking