We picked up the requisite Seattle coffee at Roy St Coffee & Tea, then off to our first stop: Gas Works Park.
'ello, Fremont Troll!
We walked about the Olympic Sculpture Park, which has a pretty view as well. One of the things I really like about Seattle is that there is a lot of art everywhere in Seattle, not just in parks or museums. Lots of murals, a colorful wall of chewed gum, sculpture in the medians and on sidewalks.
Thanks to Andrew, we saw a lot of Seattle, very quickly and with hilarious commentary. Thanks, cous!
Later that night, the Koreans (which is what my aunt called herself, my uncle, my mom and dad, who are all apparently ethnically different from their children) and I went shopping at Daiso, a Japanese dollar store. It's like a dollar store, but Japanese. Where we spent 80 bucks on Asian novelty items. Fun times.