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... terminal but the driver asked who we were flying with and dropped us right outside the door. We checked in using the kiosk and joined the massive queue to drop our bags off. People kept asking me if this was the line for baggage drop off - I must have looked like I knew what I was doing, but I didn't. A employee of Delta came and grabbed us and a few others and took us straight over to drop our ...
... museums and exhibitions so it's quite a buzzy area.
Quick transition to the Duck bus with Sarah being the only experienced rider having been on the London version. This was excellent. 90min trip around the sights of Seattle and then into Lake Union for a view of the city from a different view point and a look at the large population of floating homes. There is a mobile rowing club house! There were many people on the lake kayaking and ...
We arrived in Seattle at 5:30 in the morning. I was so exhausted but I was really excited to stop and have breakfast in the city. We didn't check in luggage is so we had to find a luggage storage place in Seattle. Who know that they got rid of lockers in airports. Damn terrorists! We stopped at Pike's marketplace for ...
... enough to make me throw up. I had enough I took her straight home got her out of the car straightened her hair and clothes up, force fed her a bunch of water and gum then walked her to her door to end this ordeal of a night.
The Night ended with me blue balled as **** hosing puke off of my passenger door.
This will probably not be the last story about the infamous Jess from Tacoma because I am seeing her again today. Im sorry I can't help myself she is hot as ...
... and would love to have been there. Linda and Mary are both Americans of Japanese descendants. Mary's parents migrated to America before Mary and her brother were born, they owned 10 acres on Vashon Island, near Seattle, where they grew strawberries until the second world war broke out. Because of their Japanese appearance the family were put into a internment camp, Mary was 16 years old at the time. At the ...