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... most unique
place - The Museum of Glass. WOW what an interesting place. We watched from a
viewing area as teams of young people competed at making glass art in the “Hot
Shop”. After watching awhile we walked through the museum area looking at all
sorts of glass art. Jim was really busy snapping pictures all over the place.
There was a walkway outside over an interstate highway that had more pieces
lining a covered area as well as ...
... their family and I was made to feel so welcome. Both Ian and Thyra went out of their way to make my time in Seattle so memorable with Ian taking a day off from his work schedule - perhaps given his 18 hour days - no bad thing aside from then having to work even longer to catch up. Thyra juggled all her child care and work commitments to be tour guide par excellence and we had fun exploring the ...
... or take a trip to the Space Needle, Seattles famous observation tower once built for the 1962 World Expo."
Our Journal: Amy drove to our house to take us in our van to the airport. She arrived at 5:45 am and we left at 6:00 am. We got to the airport at about 6:30 am and checked in our bags at the American Airlines check in. That went well! We were standing in line to go through ...
... decades back. The main attraction in the 50s and 60s was chicken racing and there are photos of races and of team shirts (for the owners, not the chickens). My favourite pastime though was the annual round rock competition which anyone could enter. What you did was to search on the beach for the roundest rock you could find and hand it in at one of several local shops ...
... 34 rows back where we enjoyed the amped atmosphere and chocolate dipped strawberries. Our hostel we stayed at was called Hotel Hotel Hostel ($28/night) which was a interesting name but it was in a nice suburb Fremont which was a young vibe because it's a university area. Today I booked my flight for December to come home for when Jemma has the baby ($1660). The Sunday markets were just down the road from our hostel which were cool and we had some delicious ...