The Resort at Port Ludlow
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... on Facebook and Skype had been helping us get through the evenings, maybe I need to take up sudoku or crosswords like my Mum. Although after a night without we woke up and it was back on. Today is fairly miserable weather, but we can't complain too much because yesterday was pretty beautiful. We have both woken up stiff and sore. A little double bed that is more like a futon is punishing our backs, but less than a week and ...
... trees and smack in the middle a temple where the Emperor would go to pray for a good harvest. We saw lots of locals playing cards and dancing or playing traditional instruments. There was one table of men playing Chinese checkers and even though I was not taking a photo of them John claimed they were angry at me. I think they were agry at the guy alongside me who was taking a photo if them. There was a wedding having ...
... have a long way to go. I did get a look set the photos and one was good but at $20 a photo I doubt I will get one. I went to the lecture and listened to the talk on the Aleutians War during WWII which was interesting but very brief. Later in the day I went to the lecture on Whales....interesting but not that great really. We did look at the apparel sale and I got a t-shirt for $5us. Later in the evening was ...
... and looked out upon the harbour and the mountains beyond with the sun lighting up the streets. My favourite part of the day had to be the EMP (Experience Music Project) museum. This also gets the vote for the best museum I have been to in the US. There were 3 sections on films: horror, fantasy and sci fi. I was over excited in the fantasy section; with interviews with George R R Martin and original costumes from famous films including, Game of Thrones (Tyrion's to be ...
... price for the observation deck was $19 and today it said $26!! Apparentley they change at different times of day, so a bit reluctantly we paid and got our tickets. They said we could go up at 3.30pm so we had a half an hour wait.The time passed quite quickly and in no time we were in the elevator on our way to the top. It was quick though and only took 41 seconds. At the top there was a cafe and a few facts about the tower. One fact was that the small bulb ...