Part 2. To save a few bucks, we stayed outside of Seattle, in Redmond. The drive into the city added about half an hour to our day, but it wasn't terrible.
After visiting my hero, Bruce Lee's grave, we explored a bit of Capitol Hill. Linda was very excited for all the cherry blossoms.
After Capitol Hill, we went straight to Pike Place Market.
EAT ALL THE THINGS!
We had the best time learning about tea and making new friends at Vital T Leaf. Benny and Ping were awesome.
After the sun set, we headed to Facing East for some Taiwanese food.
Linda got food poisoning from something earlier in the day so she missed out on the next morning's exploration of Fremont.
The International District of Seattle is legit. I wish we had more time to roam and try everything.
Before Linda and I had to head home, I really wanted to explore the Ballard neighborhood. I wanted to buy some beans before heading back, and I had my eyes set on Slate. Their service was awesome. I recommend the Samaria. The deconstructed latte was also very good. AND THAT STRAWBERRY CROISSANT from FUJI BAKERY. YASS.
Seattle and Vancouver were both super awesome. I can't wait to go back and visit again.