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... through Border Control (piece of cake) and started to exit the terminal, the HAL ground/terminal staff continued to treat us as graciously as did the staff onboard, and we were invited to sit and wait inside. During that time I was advised to check with the port security officer to make sure he had our guests on the “approved” list. With that completed, and my mind was resting easy, all we had to do was wait for Lisa and Andy find a place to ...
... fought the temptation for a third, and made our way home.
We tried to have dinner at a pub recommended to us by Peter and Helen Downes, but it was closed. So we headed to another place. Robyn wasn't hungry, but a steak sandwich with fries ordered by Jonathan did get a bit of sharing. But while she wasn't hungry, Robyn did manage to have a cocktail, while Jonathan had another cleansing ale.
So we crawled home, and prepared for a fun cycling day tomorrow.
... a pub with more beer paraphernalia on the walls than exists in the rest of the USA for a solid ale, then to a pub named after Elyse probably for fancier....orange...pepper...wheat beer things. Pizza later with Romulus too and good times had by all.
Host rating: So much time, effort, food and beer contributed to me having such an easy and fun time. Romulus is however a rabid Wallabies supporter which I'll never understand as he seems like a stand-up guy: ...
We arrived in Seattle around noon and took the free shuttle from our hotel to Pikes Place Market. We had lunch at Lowell's (fish and chips for Maya, a split seafood plate for Eugene and me) with great views of the harbor and Puget Sound. We walked around for a bit and I bought some really inexpensive, ...
... screens, huge drinks, huge popcorn. Infact the drinks are self service, using touch screen vending machines you choose your drink, whether you want it zero or diet, whether you want vanilla or lemon added, over a 100 different choices, it's only a matter of time until we see them in the UK I suspect. 'Dinner' was at Taco Bell, which was the best option we could find without going into the city centre. Still, it's OK, and dirt cheap, three of us have dinner for ...