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... Northwest weather! We attempted to hang out at the beach but when you
start using towels as blankets you know it time to go home. We walked back
along the Marina to the locks in Ballard; it was nice to see the locks but not
much competition on the Panama Canal.
Tues 10 – Kayaking at Lake Washington on the University of
Washington campus was next on the list. It took a lot ...
... So after our short conversation, the man with the braces leaves and our dinner arrives. The moment after we finish our food, he comes back to our table with another paddle, this time one side of the paddle is filled with beers and the other side has chocolates on it. He says to us ‘Here, have some dessert beers. These beers are matched with the chocolate next to it and just let me know what you think.’ We were stunned and very appreciative, and needless ...
... hotel just down the road and booked it for the weekend. After this, we
looked at our next stop, Portland. This was even more distressing: every hostel
in town (granted there were only about four) were completely booked for the
entire time we wanted to stay there. What was this, summer time? Oh wait… One
place, The Bike Friendly Hostel, said it had a private room available, but for
some reason kept denying our credit cards. All I could do was send a ...
... like medicine) and I got a lemonade. We then ordered food, Phil got buttermilk fried chicken and I got lamb gyros in pitta bread. Both meals were yummy but huge for just lunch! I guess that's just how Americans roll! The game was great, finishing 5-1 to Netherlands and the pub was busy so had a good atmosphere!
The rain has stopped and it looked brighter outside, so with full bellies we walked a few blocks to the Space Needle. Yesterday we had seen that ...
... where they build the boeing planes. It's the largest building in the world under one roof. The newest plane being built is the 787 Dreamliner and they also build the 747 and 777 there. If you want more information then ask Mase!! Apparently the boys really enjoyed their tour but photo opportunities are limited for obvious reasons.
Jo and I had a girls' day shopping. Jo needed a few things, Matt and Sam ...