Downtown Seattle

There was Internet and a quiet night here in Okbo, so here are some more pictures. These also from Seattle. This is the Saturday we spent being tourists.

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Hello! New bag and some colour.

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Before breakfast.

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Too many choices.

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Mmmmm, coffee.

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Hash brown, two eggs, bacon and toast. What else do you need?

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Banana pancakes!

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Then we did the underground tour of the city. The whole city is one story up and there is a whole network of sidewalks and things on the ground.

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The city was founded in 1850-something when the first settlers arrived.

 

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Up there is the street.

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Old things that have been left behind.

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What once was a very high building.

We then went to Pike Place Market, where you can find anything, but especially fish. We had breaded cod

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and fish tacos for lunch.

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Then we walked around and found this guy doing Korean painting.

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And they sold loads of flowers.

 

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So Erik bought flowers for me and we went home. This is actually outside the first ever Starbucks. The first one was here in Seattle.

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