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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... decided to try a vegan place up by the university called The Wayward Vegan Cafe. In the gray, drizzly weather, we chose to drink some chai lattes and read our books in the phenomenal Elliot Bay Book Store. Later that afternoon, Matt and Leah took us over to West Seattle where we browsed some more used book stores and ate dinner at the Seattle Seafood Company. We ate amazing clam chowder and fish tacos! After dinner, we decided ...
... 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 ...
... gala school auction, tour of the Super Bowl champions stadium, a trip to Nike town, a trip to Maya's high school where she was a cheerleader (their mascot funnily enough a kangaroo,) Pike Place market which is famous for the shop attendants who throw fish to one another, a visit to Seattle's gum wall (a lane way covered in old chewy) and what was some wonderful home cooking from Maya's mum and some good story telling from her dad. "I like big butts," is still heard on the radio waves ...
... but neither Sam and I are museumy people) - it was a cool museum though, mainly about famous musicians from Seattle, Jimmy Hendrix, Kurt Cobain etc and you can play instruments in the museum which was even more great as I got to show off my guitar skills - have realised I think I prefer the drums now! There isn't really much else to do in Seattle, we've had enough of drinking, our friends have gone home so were moving on our Portland! ...
... the farm.
The other lure of the early morning was Cinnamon Rolls form Cinnamon Works across from the main farmer's market. I'm not sure how my friend resisted all of the icing to get a plain but but obviously her will power is stronger than mine. I did give a nod to good health by choosing a whole wheat bun. Tea and buns in hand, we went down to Victor Steinbrueck Park at the north end of the market to ...