While we were in
Because of my live-like-you’ll-die-tomorrow-and-therefore-never-see-Seattle-again ‘tude, we ended up seeing quite a few famous
[Edit: All Pictures were taken by Chris except for the guitar one. I really can't take credit for his talent any longer!]
I’m going to do an entire post on the market, because we literally went there 3 times in 4 days.
And this little guy was there every time.
The Space Needle
This was one of the few things I knew about
Chris was being cheeky and decided to take a picture of this naked little ding-a-ling holding up the needle. So clever.
Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum
Why are these two museums housed in one building? The world will literally never know.
We liked the music half, except the interactive part was closed. There was a cool guitar installation though, and a rock n’ roll photography exhibit, a Jimi Hendrix exhibit, and a guitar history exhibit.
Surprisingly, the Science Fiction part was way more interesting to me. It made me want to edit my NaNoWriMo novel and publish it so I could officially be the first sci-fi author to never have read a sci-fi book before.
There was a huge case full of Star Wars action figures. My little brother probably would have smashed the glass and absconded with the buggers.
The Gum Wall
If you’ve never heard of it, the name explains it all. It’s a wall covered in chewed gum.
I thought it would make good pictures, but it ended up being kind of disgusting.
That blue piece in the middle was mine! I accidentally touched the gum in the process—nast.
This tour, given by a Ritalin deficient tour guide, took us down below street level for a look at the old
This is an original skylight, and we could see people’s feet walking overhead.
Then we walked over the skylight so the other tours could see our feet.
These were most of the tourist spots we stopped at on our trip; I’ve saved some stuff for subsequent posts, though. Did we miss anything that we should kick ourselves for?