Single Occupant – Pacific Northwest 2024 – Heavy Metal Ferryboats – June 16th, to June 23rd, 2024


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June 16, Sunday –  Arrive Seattle and go take our  first ferry boat out with Geoff and the gang stopping in historic Port Gamble. Explore the 120-acre National Historic Landmark complete with picturesque, turn-of-the-century buildings filled with shops, an historic church, breathtaking views, expansive grounds and New England style houses on maple and elm tree-lined streets. We will drive a short distance and spend the evening in the Victorian seaport town of Port Townsend listening to live music and having drinks with Geoff.

June 17, Monday – May 23 Wake up in Beautiful Port Townsend and go exploring. Have a private tour of the old boat building shop. Port Townsend is steeped in fascinating history, from its early Native American roots to its Victorian architecture and maritime legacy, boasting two National Historic Landmark Districts. Enjoy the art shops, quaint bars and coffee shops. have another night in an old historic hotel. Go to Geoff’s favorite pub in America for dinner and drinks.

June 18, Tuesday – Have Breakfast and head out to road trip with Geoff. We’ll drive onto the tiny ferry to Coupeville to stop for coffee and a look around. Drive through scenic deception pass, Washington’s most-visited state park. photo op with rugged cliffs, jaw-dropping sunsets, and a stomach-dropping high bridge making this park a go-to for locals and international travelers alike. We will drive on to Anacortes for lunch.  After lunch we will take the beautiful hour long ferry ride to San Juan island.

June 19, Wednesday – San Juan Island Spend the day trying to catch a glimpse of the local whale pods, Shop in the local village and hike out to a memorable photo op. Check out fields of lavender and visit the iconic lighthouses and learn about the rich maritime history of the San Juans. Have a private dinner in a beautiful seafront location.

June 20, Thursday – Take the ferry back to main land stopping in La Conner, voted the most perfect Washington state weekend getaway destination. Have lunch and a stroll around enjoying the shops and waterfront scenery. Have an Immodest Ice-cream cone and travel back to Everett and check into your hotel. Finish the evening at the pub with Geoff and the band.

June 21, Friday – Downtown Seattle offers a variety of attractions and sights to explore. Here are some highlights:

1. **Pike Place Market**: A bustling market known for its fresh produce, seafood, and unique shops. Don’t miss the famous flying fish at Pike Place Fish Market and the original Starbucks.

2. **Seattle Art Museum (SAM)**: A premier art museum featuring diverse exhibitions and a vast collection of art from around the world.

3. **Seattle Waterfront**: Enjoy scenic views, waterfront dining, the Seattle Great Wheel, and the Seattle Aquarium.

4. **Pioneer Square**: The historic heart of Seattle, featuring beautiful architecture, art galleries, shops, and the Underground Tour.

5. **The Seattle Central Library**: An architectural marvel designed by Rem Koolhaas, this library is a must-see for its innovative design and extensive collection.

6. **Smith Tower**: One of the oldest skyscrapers in the city, offering an observation deck with panoramic views of Seattle.

7. **Benaroya Hall**: Home to the Seattle Symphony, this venue offers stunning acoustics and a variety of musical performances.

8. **Westlake Center and Westlake Park**: A central shopping area and urban park perfect for people-watching and events.

9. **Chihuly Garden and Glass**: Though slightly outside the strict downtown area, it’s a short trip and features the incredible glasswork of artist Dale Chihuly.

10. **MoPOP (Museum of Pop Culture)**: Also near downtown, this museum offers exhibits on music, science fiction, and popular culture.

These attractions provide a great mix of culture, history, and entertainment, showcasing the best of what downtown Seattle has to offer.

June 22, Saturday – Be a part of our professional video shoot. You can choose to be in the video and we will make a role for you or you can choose to watch the action with a glass of Insania in your hand. The video will be released and you can be immortalized with your favorite band.  This will be followed by a jam session.

June 23, Sunday – We will deliver you back to the Seattle/Tacoma International Airport (SeaTac) for your return flights home with your hearts full of memories and new friends!