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... on the Crumpet Shop in Pike Place Markets, and ran into two girls
from our hostel inside: Erin, from outside Seattle, and Leah, from Utah. We’d
been on the pub crawl with them and now we shared crumpets and tea together.
American crumpets are more like bagels than the crumpets we have in Australia,
but they were delicious and so was the tea. Afterwards, the four of us walked
around the markets, explored its hidden quirks and spent too much on ...
... you between terminals - all very well organised. Short shuttle ride to Hotel where we decided to take it easy (not up for a 17 mile hike into Seattle). Gregory's Bar & Grill disappointed - no bar and no grill (just sandwiches!). Wandered into casino on walk back - first casino with only card tables and no pokies but still managed to make a quick profit before walking on (bit of a dive actually). Nice dinner at Doubletree (Chowder & ...
British Airways. Definitely a cut above. Arrived in Heathrow at 6:30 am. It was weird, I daylight the entire flight but here we are the next morning. We flew over. Greenland. Security is much more intense. I got a full on pat down. Glenn and ...
... version, with NZ on it B787-9 ( 6 meters longer), and can carry 290 passengers.
They are all set to celebrate 100 years manufacturing in 2016. Apparently their first customer was New Zealand.
There were a lot of aircraft on the field, ready or nearly ready to head off into the wild blue yonder. We had an interesting tour .
After getting back to Seattle, we went for a walk downtown to the markets/ fish ( the fish vendors had ...
... exhibition was awesome. We'd seen some of his work in Montreal but this was a step up. Whole rooms full of spectacularly coloured glass.
After 3 days of punting around Seattle tasting and sipping many of their culinary delights it was time to head back up the I5 bound for Vancouver, Canada. Not to be confused with Vancouver, Oregon. There's a useless bit of info for ya! ...