TownePlace Suites Seattle South/Renton
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... and have Calamari and Scallops that are the best we have ever had. We get in after midnight, enjoying what the city has to offer.
Walt and Tammy are staying another night here, and Lee and Kathy are going to take the slower back roads back to Bozeman.
I have been in contact with Kara my youngest daughter who is 9 months pregnant with a boy. She and Husband Nate are eagerly awaiting the delivery, and the ...
... rail to Pioneer Square where we had coffee in Occidental Square which is very upmarket but a lot of down and outs hanging around the weather is glorious again.went to Glasshouse Studio a great shop where they make glass sculptures and you can watch them making them in the back part of the shop beautiful things but very very expensive.
Went and did the Bill Spiedels underground tour which was very interesting and very informative about the history and early ...
... as I could and explored the Market. It turned out to be nice but I think as a European I am used to such markets and they are nothing new to me. It's like the normal weekly markets we have all the time. :p One special thing maybe, the original store of Starbucks is located in Seattle! And yes, it was impossible to get in because of the queue.
Seattle harbor is nice as well and after the long train ride through plain land I enjoyed the view of the water.
... Super fun time, I think I want to find them and become part of the team. I think one is better off with a sword than a styrofoam bow and arrow set.
After a bunch of nagging I finally convinced James and Jackson to accompany me to the pinball museum. Super fun place where for a flat rate you get to play a bunch of pinball machines that range in age from the 50's to modern day. Me and James hold the high score for the submarine game.
... in my head when I read about this, but here's a just the facts ma'am explanation. Big salmon live out in the salty water, but they need to swim back upriver into the freshwater lakes to reproduce. Man made dams and locks on the river block their path. At Chittenden there is an underground room beside the dam with a glass wall where you can watch huge salmon fighting the current to get through a doggie door sized opening in ...