TownePlace Suites Seattle South/Renton
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... 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 ...
... back to Seattle It is a bit of a walk back to the hotel so we stopped in for another kilt lifter before heading back to the hotel. It was only late afternoon but we were both knackered. As predicted, we had nothing more to eat but as there was a "cheesecake factory" near us and we had intended going there, we headed off around 8pm. We were not hungry at all but managed a portion of one of the 2 dozen types they had on offer!!! Enjoyed it but ...
... missed one person", and then handed it to someone else. Grrrr! As it happened though, that poor passenger ended up getting on the aeroplane for a few minutes before being told they were offloaded too.
Ted and I decided to get some lunch so we went to a nearby food court for something completely unhealthy. Our next flight option was at 3.15pm, but the standby list was still looking dubious. The check in agent said to me "don't worry, if someone doesn't show up, you'll both get on". ...
... i tot. I al costat…una fàbrica de Boeing que fabrica un 737 cada dia. Ja no ens queda gaire temps per conèixer més de Seattle: amb cotxe passem per Pioneer Park i pel barri Xinès (no gaire res) i ens parem a una botiga de queviures xinesa que es diu Uwajimaya, fundada el 1920 i és tota una institució. Al vespre, al barri de moda, Capitol Hill per un bon plat de pasta al restaurant l'Spiga.
... now 4:18 a.m. Japan Standard Time on Wednesday, June 19.
Shortly after takeoff, I heard a noise below the cabin and the plane started shaking. I looked at Sean and said, "Did the landing gear just come down? It must have. Oh geez, did something go wrong? Are we heading back to the airport?"
After a few minutes of the vibrations, the captain came on the intercom to inform us the landing gear was down because a “warm brake alert” ...