Dutch Cup Motel
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... John is still not 100% which is worrying me but he want do anything about it either! hopefully by resting up today he will be fine for tomorrow as we will be doing plenty of walking I suspect. We had our next Pinnacle dinner tonight which was the Le Cirque menu which is copied from the famous New York restaurant of the same name. I had the Le Trio which was salmon caviar and page while John had ...
... I was not wrong. We spent the day in our cabin, John sleeping, god knows how he can sleep so much, and me just playing my iPad. There was nothing on the program I wanted to see or do, I might go to the movies or to the afternoon lecture but I am not sure if I will be bothered. Well I didn't bother we just relaxed and read all day. We went to the Crows Nest for a drink before dinner ...
... surroundings on foot till the late hours. The campus is very impressive, it is huge with a lot of illustrious buildings and green areas. Sunday I had a full day workshop (at a cost of a typical american afternoon-bbq i was invited to by a friend sniff sniff) and after the course, there was a conference welcome reception. For me it was more of a reunion with people from last year and seeing them again in combination with delicious ...
... everywhere. Another nice salt water hotel pool (I guess salt water is an in thing) then a sort of disappointing walk through Pike Place Market which was pretty empty in the evening and probably much better in the morning. So no fish throwing to witness oh well. The fish smell was still evident however. Rode the Seattle Great Wheel at dusk, giant Ferris wheel looking out towards Elliott Bay. Kind of a rip off. Off to the Oregon coast and away from the budget busting cities ...
... great tour.
Afterwards we were invited to join Rebecca and Molly for the Happy Hour at Lecosho. They were delightfully interesting company and time just flew by. They had dinner reservations elsewhere but we decided to stay for dinner at Lecosho as it was one of the Seattle Restaurant Week promotion restaurants where three courses are offered for $28 which is fantastic. The food was amazing and we had a thoroughly enjoyable ...