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... hee in Seattle just outside our hotel. Again it was because one taxi driver was parking in the wrong place. The taxi driver on the footpath was yelling at him and called him a Sudanese monkey and an I.C.I.S. batch. Not nice. The other nasty yelling match was between one gang on the pavement and one guy - lots of cursing and arm waving and posturing. On the other hand, last night we were walking and walking ...
... but we had fun looking at all the local merchandise. I bought a cute little magnet. After the market, Eric and I walked over to Cutters and had an amazing lunch. Smoked salmon chowder was awesome! I forgot how spectacular the view is from Cutters of the Puget ...
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... the weekend! On Saturday morning we ate a delicious brunch at a fun bar/restaurant called Linda's, and then we got to visit the famous Seattle salmon ladder. We watched Sockeye and Chinook jump high in the air to try to swim upstream through the twenty-one steps of the artificial ladder. After this excitement, Matt and Leah took us to the Fremont neighborhood. We drove by the infamous Troll statue under the bridge and ...
... and across the street. We didn't want to miss the famous Gum Wall, but could not find it. Thankfully there is a tourist information booth right next to Pike Place and we were able to ask for directions there. The Gum Wall was just down a set of stairs and around a corner. Pretty icky... people add their chewed gum to the wall of a building.
After exploring Pike Place and getting a picture of Rachel the Pig, ...