“Ride the Ducks”-Video-Seattle, WA

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An excellent way to tour a city is to RIDE THE DUCKS if they are available. A Duck is a WWII amphibious vehicle that rides like a bus on land but floats like a boat on the water.

Hopefully, my video will give you an idea of just how much fun you can have on a Duck
ride. We have ridden Ducks in Baltimore, Atlanta, Branson, and Seattle and had a great time touring these cities. While in Seattle after our Disney Cruise to Alaska, we rode The Ducks.  We had a blast while learning about the downtown area and then splashing into Lake Union in one of these amphibious vehicles. Once in Lake Union, the skyline of Seattle was incredible.  I especially enjoyed seeing the Space Needle from the lake.  We were able to see up close all the beautiful boats and houseboats parked on the lake.  We even saw the houseboat from the famous movie Sleepless in Seattle.  I was surprised to see all the float planes on the lake.  We were lucky enough to watch a float plane take off and fly directly over the Duck we were in.  We not only had a great time laughing at the driver’s silly jokes and listening to the different themed music he was playing for each subject he was talking about, but we learned a lot about the downtown Seattle area.  The next time you are visiting Seattle, I hope you get to enjoy a Duck ride.  We are looking forward to checking out the Ducks in Memphis, TN and Hot Springs, Arkansas.

 

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Comments

  1. I’ve never been to Seattle, but maybe one day!
    Nice to have you on Best in blog
    x

    • Thank you so much for stopping by Recipes For Our Daily Bread. I am overwhelmed when someone from NEW ZEALAND would take time to read my blog. Thank you very much! I love reading about New Zealand and your family. Keep up the great work. This was a big trip for us to go to Seattle (NOT AS FAR AS YOU). We really enjoyed it.
      Blessings Always, Diane

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