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... the dog and be on the next flight back. Seattle, with or without the rain, is the best!
So where to start? Well on this trip I was fortunate enough to be able to bring Alex along, and having my favourite travelling buddy beside me definitely made it great from the start. Our morning began with a visit to the famous Pikes Place market, one of the largest and oldest indoor farmers markets in the US. We decided to head for breakfast at ...
... was too. As you can see from the photos - I can't stand up in it properly. Long and narrow, so long in fact, that I am told you could see the body flexing upon take-off and landing!! I'm glad I got to go in this one - saved $10,000, and almost flew!
The next is a Boeing 707 - the previous 'Airforce 1'!
The last interior shots are of the new Boeing 787 ...
... feel could be juxtapositioned to the old world Citadel. We took so many photos at the Chihuly, I created a couple of collages of what we saw. Both the Space Needle and the Chihuly Garden and Glass are must sees when in Seattle. Thanks for family and friends who recommended we see these. Also, great way to collect email addresses at the Space Needle and Chihuly. They offered to take free pictures at both places. You then viewed the photo at ...
... 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 ...
... really looks and feels like, and the kindness of the friend who let me be her first house guest when I arrive at her house at 11:30 on a work night. Things are now much less complicated. I have a backpack filled with, in essence, only the essentials, a small day pack, and the world at my feet. I made it, and other than being able to fall asleep at any moment, I'm feeling blessed. Thank you world, and here's to one crazy-big ...