I was creeping around in blog drafts folder yesterday and realized I never posted the last of my photos from Seattle, which is a shame because these were some of my favourite things I saw when I was there.
These rainbow crosswalks in Capitol Hill are what dreams are made of. I don’t understand why this isn’t mandatory everywhere. Even though it was late at night and absolutely pouring, I felt exactly like Rainbow Brite every time I walked across the street. And I mean exactly.
We were in Capitol Hill to visit the Unicorn Bar. It was such a cool space, even though we went on a Sunday night and we were the only ones in there except for the bartenders and a man in a gold lame dress.
We stopped off at Poquito’s for supper and had the absolute best strawberry margaritas of my life.
The next day, while we were on our way back from Discovery Park, we begged our Uber driver to make a couple of stops, so we were able to see the Fremont Troll, and the house that inspired the Pixar movie UP. Apparently they are tearing it down soon so I was really glad we were able to see it in person.
So that concludes my trip to Seattle, I really loved that city and started looking at jobs and places to live once I got home. We have probably a year and a half to two years left in Phoenix, and then who knows?
The one place I wanted to go to in Seattle that we never made it to was The Pink Door near Pike Place Market. The first night we were so tired from our exploring that we couldn’t have stayed awake for the Burlesque show (it’s not until 11), and Sunday night it was booked for a private event.
But that just gives me one more reason to go back, I suppose.