The Corner House
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It took us almost an hour to drive from Discovery Park to Downtown Park in Bellevue where we parked for free. We decided to find a place to buy drugs for Larry for the plane ride tomorrow. We walked through Lincoln Square Mall and found Bartell Drugs where we bought something to keep his head clear for the trip. Then we went back to the park to wait for Erin to get off work. She called a little after 4:30 when her ...
... He seems to be a very funny and engaging guy. He shared a lot of information about the cruise and did a few bits with various audience members. After that show, we went down to the Punchliner comedy club and enjoyed the “adults only” show. Cruise guests are easy marks for comedians, so he made a lot of fun of us asking why we paid $3,000 to watch chunks ice fall into the water. He and another comedian will be performing tonight and then they will leave the ship in ...
... a Harley shop on the way. Much later, we headed back to the hotel and prepared for the cruise tomorrow, downloading luggage tags etc.
The hotel, although older than most was comfortable and perfectly situated for getting around the city, including the arena down the road which was hosting one of those geek comic conventions that hundreds seemed to be going to, each day.
... over to the Science Museum.
It was MASSIVE. You could spend your entire day and more in there if you had
the time and the patience. The first part of it that I walked into was all
about bodily health and whatnot and I thought that was the coolest. I got to
test my smelling abilities, my eyesight, balance, flexibility, how symmetrical
my face is, and also how well I can match a tone. I think my favorite part was
seeing what I’m going to look like when ...
... for travel until late October. Our wonderful friends and neighbours, Elizabeth & Brian, have graciously agreed to adopt him until that time. We also disposed of anything resembling a wicker basket or wood that was untreated, as well as our garden tools, vacuum cleaner and other items that might cost us a fortune in quarantine disposal fees. Quite unsurprisingly, we had loads of offers to watch our wine collection (thank you all), and our friends ...