Rebecca House and Bungalow Bed and Breakfast
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... the airport. I wandered, got a beer, and wandered more. On the short flight to Seattle, I talked to guy named Tyler seated next to me. He went to UW as well and is a big sports fan. Wandered SeaTac. Watched some football at Africa Lounge. Dinner from Qdoba. My flight to Orlando was at 9pm.
... since the park is deceptively steep
and wild once you leave the main manicured forefront. We were pretty keen on
the zoo, particularly when we arrived and entry was only $4. Ummm…what? Apparently
they were having some cheap Tuesday deal. Seb was very surprised, since they
tried to charge him $61 for the San Diego zoo. Granted, this zoo was probably much
smaller, but at $4 we’d be stupid not to go in.
I won’t go ...
... so she very pointedly said to the child “Don’t worry Jimmy, someone other nice people will help”. Absolutegobshite.
We then very nearly (one foot on the MET) went to Washington Park but in the end we decided that it was probably just a park and would meant we would be rushing around to get back.
We cycled back some of the way then got the MET the rest. Got ready and went out with Colin and Marna into the local area. ...
... grocery store on 33rd on the other end of Alberta. All the hipster coffee places and restaurants you could ever need on Alberta and random restaurants and stuff on Killingsworth. And buses into town or down south run all the time along the 15th ave and 33rd depending on where you're heading..
When I got here yesterday I crashed for a couple of hours, then took a shower, talked a bit to the girl who lives here, and a couple who is renting the ...
... and public transportation tickets are available here at the visitor center. After purchasing tickets we boarded a light- rail train which took us through neighborhoods to the lower Southwest Waterfront Terminal. We rode the Portland Arial Tram to Oregon Health Sciences University's Kohler Pavilion where we "took in" the panoramic view of the he city from the observation deck.