Seattle: Week 1

I’ve been in Seattle for one week now. I’m getting a little tired of the food at the hotel. While it may be of super high quality, I am used to all raw food, so it’s been difficult (or easy if I just want to be lazy) to adjust, and that’s not something I want.

I haven’t encountered too much traffic while driving around, and I know that Seattle is notorious for it’s traffic. We’ll see how it is once I get into my place on Mercer Island. When I drove back to the hotel after seeing it the first time, it only took 7 minutes during rush hour. Oh, btw, the lady from Seattle Apartment Finders that helped me find the place was pretty cool. The service was definitely worth it.

Work, moving, and the Tour de France have pretty much destroyed my workouts. I worked out in the hotel fitness center the first two days I was here, but gave up because I didn’t have enough time for everything. Hopefully, I can just limp along with a workout here or there until I move and can get a gym membership.

I’ve been trying to reconnect with old friends, so I’ve been out with different people that I haven’t seen for years about every other night here. That’s pretty fun because there’s always something to talk about.

Seems like I’m gonna like this place.

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  • gaj

    Check out the Seattle Public Market (Pike Place Market)–amazing fruits and vegetables, great delis, and good people-watching. You are sure to get better food than at the hotel, and it is cheaper too. Good luck in Seattle–it is an amazing city.

  • gaj

    Check out the Seattle Public Market (Pike Place Market)–amazing fruits and vegetables, great delis, and good people-watching. You are sure to get better food than at the hotel, and it is cheaper too. Good luck in Seattle–it is an amazing city.

  • http://www.ericpratum.com ericpratum

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will probably check it out once I move into my place. At the mo, it’s not the cost that I’m concerned about though because everything is paid for here at the hotel. That is actually part of what is ruining my diet. I think to myself, “Hmm. . . I could go out and buy fruits and vegetables for dinner for, say, $5, or I could eat here for free.”

  • http://www.ericpratum.com ericpratum

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will probably check it out once I move into my place. At the mo, it’s not the cost that I’m concerned about though because everything is paid for here at the hotel. That is actually part of what is ruining my diet. I think to myself, “Hmm. . . I could go out and buy fruits and vegetables for dinner for, say, $5, or I could eat here for free.”

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