Inn of Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast
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... State as being a lush green state, but the mountains and interior are so barren it felt like desert.
It was still spectacular, and once close descending quickly down from the mountains into Seattle was purdy cool.
I flew into Renton airport, where Ben has let me keep the plane for a few days. I've met up with ...
... Random thoughts about the trip separated by Thumbs Up and Thumbs Down.
THE THUMBS UP LIST:
- The port of Seattle: Getting on and off of the ship could not have been smoother. Maybe because we were the only ship in port those days, but I was expecting things to be a lot crazier
- Seattle: We love this town. There is so much to do and see there. The food scene is great as well. We're fortunate to have family up there, but even if we ...
... Parks & Gardens, who had made an undertaking to try and restore many of the lichen covered headstones.
She was also cache aware, and was surprised to learn there was one in her cemetery.
Caching was hot work so we headed to a local diner for a coffee and maybe a muffin. Then the waitress gave us a menu with our glass of water, and we made the mistake of opening it.
So Jonathan had a beef sub with some salad while Robyn was seduced by ...
... we navigated the enormous indoor complex looking at commercial aircraft, mail-delivery aircraft and military aircraft.
In the William E Boeing 'Red Barn' we explored the birthplace of The Boeing Company in its original manufacturing plant. This area included rare artefacts, a factory workshop illustrating the build of early-day aircraft and the tools they used, along with exhibits of the early history of American aerospace.
The Charles Simonyi ...
... to find that they were already boarding, all our documents said boarding was at 1pm. Of course we had the inevitable line to go through security then e inevitable line to register, once that was done we had our photo take and the. We went on board. As we got to our room our bags had arrived so I spent the next hour unpacking and putting all our cloths away, nice not to have to live out of a suitcase again for awhile. We then went to the Lido Deck and enjoyed the sunshine ...