Allison Ramirez and Omar Lewis host the Eat Drink Sleep Repeat podcast in which they chat with all sorts of people about all things travel, with an emphasis on food and culture.
They were kind enough to invite me along for one of those chats. During the wide-ranging podcast recording, we covered a lot of topics, including odd and quirky museums, old food, our favorite cities, and many of the places I included in the “111 Places in Seattle That You Must Not Miss” guidebook (now going into its 2nd printing).
If you’ve got some free time this weekend, give it a listen. And sign up to follow the Eat Drink Sleep Repeat podcast for more.
And we also point people to the tiny pocket park on the shores of Lake Union where they’ll find a plaque marking the spot where the first Boeing plane took off.
The plaque reads “From this site, Boeing launched it first airplane, the B&W, in 1916.”
Of course, there are plenty of other non-aviation sites in the book, including the Giant Shoe Museum, the world’s greenest commercial building, a haunted staircase, the Rubber Chicken Museum, a shop where you can buy personalized magic wands, the place where you can rent a rowboat for free, and lots more.