One and A Half Days in Seattle: Winter times
The first day started with Seattle Free Walking Tour. "If the Gastown in Seattle weren't named Gas, it could've avoided huge fire a long time ago."
About 20 minutes walk away from the Gastown. We had a lunchbreak here in the back of Seattle Great Wheel.
I had a seafood tacos set at Miner's Landing Pier 57 Seattle, which was very delicious!
The tour continued and we stopped at the point where we looked over the Pike Place.
After the city tour ended, I came back to the Pike Place on my own ; it was very near to my hostel and the market sparked my interest.
At Pike Place, I was on the hunt for the world-famous "1st Starbucks." This Starbucks is also in the same area as the first one.
Unfortunately, I found out that this place isn't the first Starbucks and I'd need to walk around a bit more to find one.
A couple of blocks away, I finally got into the first Starbucks tucked away in the street on the waterfront. A tiny store got a huge crowd!
I finished the first day in Seattle with a Tacobell dinner. You might have dined there a lot, but this was my first time ever. I always wanted to try.
I spent the most of my second day at Safeco Field. The Mariners have a lot of players from Japan where I originally come from.
Here I also joined a guided tour. My guide took my group to the zone which is only accessible during the offseason.
The Press room. A couple of kids from my group played around here.
The Mariners' players use this locker room during the season. To my surprise, it was a quite spacious and hygienic place.
Props to all the umpires who tirelessly works to keep the games fair and safe.
My guide had a Q&A session before we parted ways. He is a retired teacher doing a tour guide and answered my questions about Japanese players here.
At the very last night in Seattle, I joined a pub crawl organised by my hostel. It was a great way to enjoy the evening and end my stay in town.
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