Extended Stay America - Seattle - Everett - North
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I was pleasantly surprised that I had already accumulated 3,200 steps by the time I boarded. I have also recently purchased a fitbit, which is amazing, and I'm very interested to see how many steps I get on this trip. I know I generally walk a lot in Europe, but it will be nice to actually track it! And hopefully be first among my friends for the first time :)
So the flight also went very smoothly. Having my tablet during takeoff was awesome. And ...
... Built in the early 1900s, the larger lock (825 ft long) held several small and medium boats at the same time and the smaller lock (150 ft) moved larger yacht size boats. A short walk across the lock bridge took us to the fish ladder, a creatively designed place to allow the salmon to make their way upstream and around the locks and dam. Below ground, large windows allow you ...
... lunch date with Heather in Seattle, and after filling up on tasty Hawaiian fare at O'hanas we made one last pit stop: Boeing in Everette of course! Part of every trip through Washington is seeing Boeing planes sitting undelivered (due to test flights or rework) and then continuing on our way! The rest of our trip was uneventful and the border crossing went fine as ...
In only two and a half weeks, I will be writing from within the borders of a country that will have just marked 20 years since major civil war and horrific genocide. Yes, I will be writing from Rwanda, a country less than half the size of Scotland and that is less than 100 miles south of the Equator. Today, Rwanda is known by those familiar with it as "the land of a thousand hills." This ...
... likes of the Beastie Boys, Ben Harper, Alabama Shakes, the Ting Tings, Bombay Bicycle club and countless others. It’s dark, dingy, a neat place to hang out awhile and set us up for the next couple days of exploring.
The following morning, the next stop on our grunge tour is the EMP museum. It’s currently home to an extensive Nirvana exhibition – taking you through the band’s entire history right up to the time of Kurt ...