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... over in west Washington, to the downtown and Ocean. Remarkable. Went for a stroll down to Pikes Place Market, one of the oldest and most famous markets in America. SO MUCH STUFF. It boasts fresh fruit and fish markets, unique stalls and shops, and patisseries as far as the eye can see. Down here is the first ever Starbucks, but the queue is ridiculous to get into... So skipped that little bit, just took a picture. Went and did a bit of retail therapy then, in ...
... of any kind. We made it back to the hotel by 11:00, ready to get packing for tomorrow. Tomorrow will be a short day on the road, as we ease ourselves back into the routine. We are off to the LeMay Auto Museum, and then to spend the night in Enumclaw, WA just outside Mt Rainier National Park. Looking forward to getting back on the road again.
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... are Chinese. So we figured this should be a good place to eat. We ordered the clay pot chicken (they call it hot stone pot), wanton mee, and some dumplings. Waiting for food to be served. 9:45pm The food turned out very good. I liked the wanton and the noodle, it tastes just like what it is back home. The clay pot chicken was quite good too. What was missing is the dark soya sauce. Maybe we might go there to eat before leaving Seattle tomorrow. We walked along ...
... picturesque. We arrived around 4pm and met Damon, who is the Manager of Treehouse Point, and he made us familiar with the property and everything that we had available to us. We were booked for 2 nights in the Bonbibi treehouse, but there was also a main lodge - where breakfast would be served and tea/coffee/nibblies, and things to keep us occupied (books, games, etc) were available to us through the day. We met a local mother and daughter who had been to THP a few times ...
After dropping LUCY at the doggie resort I began the last minute perusal of my now packed, see that as a bit "overpacked," carryon and rolling backpack. Took a few things out but mainly just tucked things further into corners. Ran the dishwasher and remembered to turn off the water at the outside connection. Watered the plants, turned off the ceiling fans, tried to put things I'm not taking someplace I might remember to look upon my ...