A Big Red Barn and Breakfast
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... we sit waiting for our 11:10 flight back to Vancouver. The SeaTac airport is in rough shape but it appears they are working on updating it. We were happy to have improved from Ft. Lauderdale in terms of electronics charging. There are power outlets every so many seats... the trick is finding one that works! Ahhhhh travel! Home soon... puppy love and comfy beds ahead....
... out with about 7 dogs, but instead they had quadruple-seater strollers and crying children. One of the mothers even tried to prop up a little fella against the statue to snap a shot on her iPhone. Get out of the way woman!
Getting home from there was a bit of a hassle. The afternoon had gotten hotter, and our muscle had realised how much exercise we were trying to make them do and they were starting to rebel. Anyway, after a few wrong turns we finally ...
... to call Australia home and I am looking forward to saying good bye to America for now. We have seen so much beauty and so many awe inspiring places, we have experienced so many wonderful things and have created memories that will last a lifetime but I'm ready to go. I like a country with gun regulations and strictly enforced speed limits, I like our public health and welfare systems and I like feeling safe enough to walk through the streets on my own and not be hassled ...
Route: Seattle -to- Detroit -to- Amsterdam -to- Kilimanjaro
Seattle to Detroit (1,938 miles / 3,119 km)
Detroit to Amsterdam (3,928 miles / 6,321 km)
Amsterdam to Kilimanjaro (4,261 miles / 6,857 km)
Total flight distance (10,127 miles, 16,297 km)
Total flight time: 20 hours, 40 minutes
Total travel time: eternity!
Anna got me to the airport on-time and the check-in was really easy. I felt really ...
... religious couple who let me lay down in the back of their full size van was we travelled through the mountains. I got dropped off and I hugged it out with the man and we said many " god bless you's." Next I was picked up by three construction workers who had just gotten off work. The were big men who made me laugh by legitimately asking whether or not I was a killer before I got in the truck. They took me to the net town, where I was picked up by a super wierd guy driving a Honda ...
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16400 216th. Avenue N.E., Woodinville | 3 star b&bfrom $193