Carlton Inn Kirkland / Seattle
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... about the prospect of having second child in medical need adopted there--this time as a Sparrow Project. And if it happens, their first Sparrow Michael Leeland, wants to do the adoption assembly. Smile :)
And coincidentally, (which has become a standard term for how God seems to orchestrate things we cannot in Sparrow Clubs) as I was visiting with Ward Brannman the Band teacher at lunchtime, a new Kamiakin ...
... walls. There are lots of lovely old buildings with character, and with 2 million people the place has a big country feel about it. First stop was googling the best coffee in Seattle. Starbucks was founded here and there is one on every corner, but we were looking for the great quirky coffee shop. We found it! Not only did you have to "bus your own tables" the barista won the national championship, and it was the best coffee we had ...
... if he had left the crude, rude, and socially unacceptable comments and jokes out of his routine. That was a recurring problem with the evening shows on this cruise - the entertainers ruined their routines with needless crass humor.
Those are the highlights of our first day on the ship. We had fun! [We did miss Denise and Scott, though!]
... for the Baltic.
As for Paris, I had met a Parisian in Philippines a couple years ago and we had stayed in touch. I found it was a little cheaper to fly into Paris & out of Amsterdam (the base port for the cruise) and I also found an inexpensive overnight bus from Paris to Amsterdam so Paris was a cool little add on with very few extra days off work.
... the newly built city library as well as some shopping in stores that reminded me of David Jones on steroids. The day reminded me of the nostalgic times when I was young and my Mum would take me to the city to see the latest museum exhibit as a wide eyed young boy. As the sun set over the Puget Sound (Seattle's main bay) I made my way to Safeco field where I was to attend my first game of baseball. "Take me down to the ball game, take me out with the crowd," rang in my ears as I ...