Mildred's Bed and Breakfast
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... but most often in a group and always for short periods - weeks at most.
For this exact reason I decided becoming an au pair would be a good fit. I had spent the year since my graduation working at Camp Korey, an amazing organization for children with serious medical conditions. I first worked as a counselor then coordinated volunteers for the camp program in the 2013-2014 year. Due to some organizational changes and a desire to make ...
- We showed up at the space needle and bought the General Pass for $12 to see the view.
- We then walked to the Fish Market to watch the fish throwing got some.
- At the Fish Market we met a man who has been tossing fish for about 60 years, and he told us about all the things that happened in ...
... and we were on our way, however the scary thing is, that the 50 pound limit (of which I was over by 10), converts to just under the 23kg limit I get with my luggage on the way home. Awkward.
We had some time to spare, and so went over to the local Starbucks before going through security. After one of those amazingly delicious Very Berry Hibiscus drinks, it was unfortunately time to say goodbye to Jess' family. We then headed through multiple lines of security, ...
... as I finished this up we were deafened by the fire alarm going off. We looked outside and some homeless dude decided it would be a good idea to set the alarm off as he apparently imagined some smoke coming out of the building! We had to wait for the fire engine to get here and was kept amused by the owner and the homeless dude having an argument in the street, shortly followed by the huge fire truck pulling up and a fireman added to the argument. Great night time entertainment!
... is extremely comfortable and the internet has proven to be quite speedy – stay tuned on that.
We met Alan onboard and one of the Crow Nest musicians, Debbie Bacon. We just love her music, as she has entertained us before.
59 years ago I stood on deck of the USS Mt Olympus moored at Navy Pier 91 as we prepared to set sail to ...