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Come sail away with me... Styxx has been running through my head since I woke up at dawn. Today is finally the day!! We get to board the NCL Pearl for our adventure to Alaska.
We had a shuttle scheduled that would be picking us up at 1045a. There was no way I was going to be able to just sit and wait for that.... so I took a walk. Back down to Pike Market it is. Early, before the masses get ...
... there were 3 trams waiting - great, they got their **** sorted we will be home in no time - PSYC! We just missed the 3rd tram and had to wait a good 45-60mins for the next one to rock up. Once again, no complaining about Perth anymore!
Tomorrow morning Cal and Ash leave bright and early on a bus back to Vancouver. We will see them again in a matter of days before spending our last 5 nights in their humble abode.
L & B ...
We are on a mid-afternoon British Airways flight to London with a connection to Istanbul. It is 6350 air miles from Seattle to Istanbul. We like flying British Air because they offer a "Premium Economy" seating option that includes wider seats, more leg room and leg rests-basically a recliner and a lot like business class was years ago. And the price is nearer that of economy seating rather than business class. It is ...
... the largest collections of Romanesque-revival architecture today.
I find my Laura again by evening, though. And it’s time to go to the SOUNDERS MLS GAME!! We are headed off with Laura’s friend Tim and his friends Mayank, Rich and Sarah (who is from South Carolina and sounds accordingly delicious). We managed to catch a Whitecaps FC game before we left Vancouver, but in true American style this is somehow BIGGER! There’s confetti! ...
... listened to in my teenage years comes from, but it's also an amazing city without the music and it's not particularly fair to Tess if she had to spend the last few days of the trip being subjected to music that she might not really like. So we wanted to strike a balance between both sides. A friend had let us know that the legendary Sub Pop record label was having a free day of concerts in an area South of the city, but with so much planned to see already we couldn't attend. One of ...