2019, Travel/Vacation

Travel Journal, Day 4 (Part V): Argosy Cruises -Harbor Cruise (CityPASS)

June 4, 2019

When Kevin, Katelynn, Sara and I walked from the Pike Place Market to the Waterfront, we had to weave our way through some construction zones. The Alaskan Way Viaduct is in the middle of a demolition to make place for a much nicer street with a pedestrian bridge and to pretty up the Emerald City’s Waterfront. On a good note, when we finally made it to the Waterfront, we were standing right in front the Argosy Cruise at Pier 55. What a coincidence?! We just wanted to go there, and we were were lucky with the boat as well. Five minutes after our arrival, the vessel was setting for nice one-hour cruise around the Elliot Bay, where we had a nice panoramic view of the Seattle Skyline, Puget Sound, the shipping port, and the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges.

… to be continued …

4 thoughts on “Travel Journal, Day 4 (Part V): Argosy Cruises -Harbor Cruise (CityPASS)”

    1. Hahaha, you said what I was thinking. If it wasn’t for that one asshole at each corner, everything would be fine in this country. Well, it was one of these attractions Seattle had to offer back in the days.
      What is also great about the Edgewater Hotel, it is 3/4 surrounded by water. Once the Beatles were in their rooms, it was more quiet for them, because these crazy young ladies were squealing “only” on 1/4 of the hotel. The band could actually relax, and fish for a bit. πŸ˜€

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