Motel 6 Seattle East - Issaquah
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Off for our well-earned European adventure! We were both excited to get the trip started, and in that 'ok, we're ready to go...what do we do now?' phase, so we decided to take the bus/train to the airport to get us on our way sooner (because it was slower). Flying out at noonish was rather lovely, since the airport was relatively deserted. The 10 hour (uggg) flight to Frankfurt was a bit less lovely - haven't sat on a plane that long in a while! But ...
... wild blackberries. The next day, my niece Josie and I went picking at another blueberry farm. Good grief. Now our diet consists primarily of berry smoothies, berry cobblers, berry muffins, berry salsa, berries and yogurt, berries and cereal, gin and berries, vodka and berries, frozen berries, and berries by the handful. We probably need a good whitening toothpaste.
Mount Rainier provided some ...
... from their circumstances. It sounds familiar. We had a final meal at a mountaintop bar/restaurant and said goodbye to our friends and each other. What a trip it had been, we made plans to meet again. We left the next day on separate planes; I stayed away from the Halcyon. I flew back to NYC, took a bus back to Vermont. Wow, what a trip it had been. I was hooked forever on international travel. I felt empowered, I had conceived and idea myself and with good planning and instincts had made it ...
... decide we taste terrible. Finally, we'll spend a few days cleaning up in the city, exploring Lima's beaches, markets, restaurants and museums. Also, we'll need a shower.
We're expecting this trip to be quite different from anything we've done in the past, and are going to start by going with some tour companies (as required by some of the sites we're visiting). But we're ...
... pictures. After awhile it became a little overwhelming, so we headed for the street and strolled in front of the shops and did some more people watching.
There were numerous fish vendors doing imitations of the Pike Fish Market guys, but you know exactly when you find them. There was a crowd around them that had to be moved back so real clients could shop. They have a whole schtick that one guy starts and the rest chant ...