Super 8 Motel Federal Way
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... very interesting , the manufacturing area is massive over a million square feet , the largest building in the world ( we had to take there word on this !!! ). The jets being manufacture were the 747, 767 and the 787 ( this was made with carbon fibre which makes it lighter than the normal method of aluminium ). The tour was a little bit rushed however interesting. The tour bus dropped us off at the market in the city centre which had seafood and all the other ...
Jordan had to work on Saturday, so Kirsty and I went to Ballard (an awesome Seattle neighborhood). First we went to Golden Gardens park which has a sweet sailboating culture. There is a huge marina there with tons of sailboats and it was really cool because that day there was some sort of event going on so there were tons of boats out on the water. We saw jellyfish, starfish, and crabs in the water, which was super cool. I ...
... the view but the kids weren't interested and preferred to go and see the Science Centre which turned out to be really interesting and interactive (and cheaper).
Had a quick Mexican meal and then to bed!
Wednesday morning we briefly went to Pike Street Markets to get fruit for brekkie but it was shut - new year's day!!
Mase and boys bought an emergency suitcase as we had discovered that ...
... decided to go in and sample some appetizers for a late supper. And it continued to please, with amazing authentic Italian fare made with fresh ingredients. As the parade sirens approached we settled onto a nice spot just down the street from the restaurant and met a nice local named Tim. He filled us in on the history of the parade and continued to chat with us throughout the four+ hour event. The floats were all professionally decorated, ...
... Place Market (which as it happens, is HUGE) but it’s pretty difficult to organise a meeting with someone when you don’t have a phone and have to rely on WIFI hotspots everywhere you go. Luckily I recognised him in a tiny bookstore - “Kevin?" I bellowed. “Kevin Booth?!” - prompting him to turn around and, thankfully, recognise me too. I bounded up to him like some kind of crazed fanboy and we shook hands during a pretty ...