TownePlace Suites Seattle South/Renton
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... so we had a busy time running from one thing to the other. Well not really running but I would move on which gently encouraged him to move on as well. We arrived at the show on Great Whites about 10 minutes early so grabbed some Popcorn and took a seat. It was a fantastic documentary to see these creature up close and personal but I am not sure it made me any more comfortable around them or comfortable with their existence. After this ...
... when our pasta arrived, mine was penne with green gunk. It wasn't the worst thing in the world I'd ever had, so I ate as much as I could, but not exactly what I had been looking forward to. The garlic breaksticks on the other hand were really yummy :).
By the time we had done all this, it was time to change into some comfy clothes, put on the TV and watch our favourite channel - USA - and its seemingly non-stop Law and Order: SVU marathon. Peace out from Seattle ...
... down the road. By this point, Seb, Connor and I quite
liked the idea of having some chilled beers in the hostel and continuing our
cards. So we pacified Daniel by telling him we’d swing by and say hello, then
buy some beers and return to our den.
Of course by the time we got out there, everyone had moved
on, and Daniel had us all into a taxi and on our way up Capitol Hill to meet up
with the pub crawl. I told him Connor wouldn’t get ...
... 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 ...
... but you don’t walk it all on the tour, thank goodness. Lots of the shelves/desks/machines/parts stores are on wheels and can be moved aside to allow wings etc to be attached to the plane bodies – a real challenge, I would have thought. My husband loves technical stuff and really enjoyed the visit; I am the opposite but also found it fascinating, so it really is suitable for everyone. Back at ...