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I’m officially in Seattle for the first leg of my cross-country road trip with my friend Regina. She’s moving from Seattle to Albany to attend law school; we met when she came to Albany a few months ago to tour the school, and she CouchSurfed at my place. I helped her explore Albany, she loved the city; it was a great experience and fast friendship.

Long story short, she was accepted into the law school, I volunteered to help her drive across the country, and I arrived yesterday. So far, I love Seattle. I tend to luck out with weather when I travel, and it’s sunny, humidity-free, and absolutely perfect right now. I suspect Seattle would be a significantly larger city if this was the norm instead of the usual clouds and rain.

Bridge in Seattle

Cool things Regina and I saw yesterday: Bill Gates’ house, the Fremont Bridge Troll (homeless people living behind it and all), a drawbridge we were trapped on one side of, a full-sized sailboat that caused said drawbridge to open, Fremont, which is a cool artsy area known as the “Center of the Universe,” the beach (so cute!), and the Seattle skyline.

Fremont Bridge TrollHanging out and taking the obligatory picture with the Fremont Bridge Troll.

I was also invited to Regina’s parents’ house for authentic Korean barbecue. I ate three helpings of everything and refrained from licking my plate out of politeness, because WOW, was it delicious.

Culinary fun fact: seafood and fish here (especially salmon) taste nothing like they do on the East Coast. They’re almost sweet, there’s zero fishiness in the flavor, and they smell & taste heavenly. I normally avoid fish and seafood since I’m not a big fan, and I now understand why folks are so crazy over it. I plan on ordering crab later, for the first time in my life.

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