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... that they serve 'aroused food'. Peculiar phrasing, but delicious food. Andrew had Seafood Chicken and Andouille Jambalaya, whilst I opted for the renowned Mac and cheese, with pulled pork and caramelised onion. It was a great evening as Suzanne was able to answer questions that had arisen from our first day in Seattle. Highlight of the day - the fire engines that kept roaring out of the station near our hostel. They were the big red Rams. The station was the ...
... side of the car, then Josh proceeded to turn the turn signal on when he was trying to turn off the windshield wipers. Driving was exciting on the opposite side of the road. Round-abouts were confusing, and left turns were down right terrifying. But the mall is only about a five minute drive from the house, so we made it there all in one piece…barely!
It took us all of 10 minutes to get our phones ...
... into the mountains. Then patches of snow started to appear - and the trip became a blur of green vegetation and the more frequent snow patches. As often happens on trips like this, you find yourself dozing off at times - and the only distraction seems to be when you're off to the Dining Car. Lunch came - and we spent this with an older couple, who seemed not too interested in chatting. He was hard of hearing and she was a low talker (any Seinfeld ...
... Landis Mason who invented the jar to preserve foods. At Addie Mae's these jars are used to serve the chilled water...novel approach and provides a slice of history to go with it. After a quick walk around Port Townsend, which is a very quirky art town filled with lovely shops and cafes and sidewalks, we headed to the wharf to catch the ferry to Whiteby Island. By now it was already getting dark (SS is at 4.36pm) so once we arrived we made our way along Hwy ...
... general exhibition area (as opposed to the specific exhibition areas!). They have an exact replica of the original 'Wright Flyer' also but it looks like I overlooked taking a few pictures of it.
As you can see - this is a museum where looking up regularly, is VERY important!!
This is another MUST SEE for the Seattle area!
Here is a link to the history of the museum:
Other places to stay in Seattle
Downtown, Seattle | 3 star motelfrom $213
- Pretty good
- Over rated
- Very Pleasant Hotel
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $79
Seattle Center, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $136
- Sleep-Deprived in Seattle
- I don't know what everyone's problem is.
- Stay away.
Downtown, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $72
- The lobby smelled... BAD
- Perfect for all Seattle
- Buyer beware
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $63
Downtown, Seattle | Motelfrom $76
Downtown, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $85
- Great Stay at the King's Inn
- Poor parking, and poor maids too!
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 1 star motelfrom $60
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | Motelfrom $62
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 1 star motelfrom $61
Fairmount Park, Seattle | Motelfrom $130
Seattle North, Seattle | Motelfrom $74
Seattle South, Seattle | Motelfrom $88