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... the restaurant had just closed! Luckily the restaurant in the hotel next door was open to midnight so off we went to eat in an empty dining room and soothe our souls with a large beer and light snack. Made it to bed by about 12:30, knowing we needed to get up by 4:30 to retrace our steps to the airport.
End of day one adventure. Surprisingly we were still in good humor and ready for our Celtic adventure.
Note to self: avoid flying to JFK if possible! ...
The whole process of getting on the ship was very smooth. We choose to pay for the Faster to the Fun option Carnival offers which gets us on right after priority boarding for the platinum club members and allows us to drop off items at our room before the rooms are completely opened up for everyone. It cost $49 but the two times we have done it we felt it worth the cost to just get settled in quicker.
The ship we all felt was nicely decorated not as loud a design as ...
... and it still looks good even 41 years on. With another long day driving ahead of us we hit the road, stopping at Starbucks on route before arriving in Starbucks capital - Seattle - a few hours later. The scenery on route was fabulous especially the views of Mount Rainier - it’s snow cap was mesmerising. We had another AirBnB booked in Ballard, a neighbourhood north of Seattle downtown and as soon as we arrived we knew it was going to be hard to leave! ...
... national parks and the cowboy country of Wyoming and Montana.
We’ve loved every minute in 'the land of the free and home of the brave’ and really enjoyed staying with Denise on the edge of Lake Washington in the coffee-loving jet city of Seattle.
But it’s time to move on (and not outstay our visa) and enter our twelfth country of the trip to start a new adventure.... a Canadian adventure!
... stranded. The pros and cons of dual sport bikes. Jack of all trades master of none. A set of knobbly tyres would of helped.
From there we rode to Sol Duc hot springs. Where we bathed in pools ...