We had seafood for dinner at Ivar’s and we ate outside.Â The seagulls were “out of control”!Â They are used to being fed here.Â And man can they catch a French fry in the air!
A view of a few downtown buildings, from the waterfront.
We had a drink and a snack at The Fisherman’s at this pier.
While we didn’t visit it, we did walk by the Seattle Aquarium.
We spent a good part of the day at the Public Market.Â Located here is the Pike Place Fish Market, The Farmer’s Market and more.
Here’s the seafood place that is famous for throwing and catching the fish!Â We saw them do it and got a little video of it as well.
The produce at the various stores here was awesome.
The size of the lobsters, clams and shrimps at this store was incredible.
There were a good many shops selling flowers.Â Nancy may get a bouquet on Saturday to take on the ship on Sunday to have in our room.Â Someone at the Goshen rally told her they did this.Â They have decent bouquets for $5.
Here’s the Monorail.
We rode the Monorail from Seattle Center where the Space Needle is to downtown (3rd and Pine).Â It’s only a 1 mile but was kind of neat to do.Â Especially when your feet are killing you from a day of walking already.Â Fare is $2.
Here’s a view of the downtown skyline as taken from the restaurant atop the Space Needle.
Us in the restaurant atop the Space Needle.
Puget sound as pictured from atop the Space Needle.