The Resort at Port Ludlow
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... miners in order to to earn herself a living. And very successful she was too. Great opening! What's today's equivalent I wonder as we head deep into the technology era? Then there's the getting back to the Bed and Breakfast. No small undertaking! As we emerged from the Klondyke museum we must have looked very bewildered, as we were accosted by a 'can I help you' lady wearing official 'helpful' uniform and riding a bicycle. The ...
... from colorful produce to just-picked herbs to plump salmon - are enticingly displayed in booth after booth. Unique and clever handicrafts, often featuring local themes or materials, provide souvenirs that will long continue to bring back fond memories. Ethnic dining, antiques, flowers, and curiosities are found in every corner and cranny of this 9-acre market district. Lively and popular, Pike Place Market is also a great place for people watching
... a pity we can't buy any. After spending a bit of time in Pike Place we went back into the city where Anita spent a lot money on cosmetics (on my credit card) at a place called Sephora (including a face mask for Caroline and a new hair brush for Zoe). We then walked back to our apartment for the last time. We then took 2 cabs off to the Cruise Centre. The 2 cabs came about 10 minutes apart. The check in process for the cruise was ...
... at capacity and I was a bit concerned about even getting it all into the Honda Pilot, but somehow the puzzle pieces came together and everything fit - with a little room to spare.
We hit Chick Fil-A for a quick lunch on the way to the airport and upon getting closer I realized I had forgotten a new HD Memory Card for my camera. So after a quick Target run we were finally at the airport.
We checked out luggage at the ...
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