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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Dad, I know you make a mean spaghetti, but this one was equally good whilst being completely different. Maybe it was just because it was free, or because I'd cycled off all my baguette by that point, but man oh man, it was lush. Chatted over dinner with my fellow washers, who were also Canadian, and I swear I'm not making up the fact that Paul and his three kids make their own maple syrup by harvesting the sap from the trees on their property. How stereotypical ...
... everyone if I walk somewhere else.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention what Erin and Steven have been feeding me -- yummmm.... Salads made with romaine and other leafy greens right out of Erin's garden (some topped with juicy chicken breasts or jumbo shrimp hot off the grill); truly farm-fresh nectarines, berries, and melons; and tasty local wines. It's enough to make a person think that living in Seattle would be pretty nice..... Until ...
... their place and talked and after awhile they took us on a tour of Vashon Island. There is a small town of Vashon and we also went to a beach where there is a lighthouse. But what I enjoyed most was just sitting around, talking, and eating. Between the 2 of them, they can cook! We had oatmeal the 1st morning, w/fresh strawberries. Yum! For lunch, we had tea and pastries that we had gotten at the local bakery. Yum! For dinner, we had hamburgers ...
... one, not even knowing what lardon was (It turns out that it's pork belly). We weren't disappointed...it was delicious. After lunch, we walked a couple of blocks up the street and discovered Pike Street Market. You can't go to Seattle without investigating the Pike Street market. It's a bunch of adjoining old buildings that has been developed into a large marketplace, where you can buy everything from fresh fish and vegetables to unique kids toys. By ...
Its uphill the whole way to the needle and the sun has decided to bless our journey upwards with its heat on our backs. Im impressed with the needle although surprised it isn't taller. I imagine the top is secretly a form of futuristic space ship cleverly disguised ready for an escape if theres an apocalypse, that or just a architectural triumph.
The view from the top is windy but wonderful! Im rubbish with heights so don't spend too much time on the outer ...