Extended Stay America - Seattle - Tukwila
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... from Seb, and they used to catch the same bus to school. So now there are three Central Coast kids kicking back in Downtown Seattle. I think I feel a song coming on...
There is just one moon and one golden sun
And a smile means friendship to everyone
Though the mountains divide
And the oceans are wide
It's a small world after all.
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... was also where the mud, sewage , liquor and seamstress industry was. This came to be call skid row. That's why places that are down and out are referred to as "Skid row".
Some people use the word, others don't. When someone goes to the toilet or something is garage, they may refer to it as a load of (sounds like crepe). Do you know where that possible come from? Give answer ...
... in the early 1920s to make Turkey the modern successful country that it is. He changed the entire country from speaking Arabic to speaking Latin, gave equal rights to women and encouraged education.
Turkey is important to the world as a moderate Muslim country. Unfortunately they are surrounded by more radical Islamic countries. We need to hope they continue to be successful.
We had FABULOUS weather and only ran into rain showers ...
... all. My knees hurt from the pavement, but my muscles were not that sore at all. I think wrestling is just about the toughest sport that a person can do and has darn near mentally prepared me for life's toughest battles. Two years ago, I hadn't worked out in years and put myself up to the test of climbing Mt Kinabalu, which is SE Asia's tallest mountain at nearly 15,000 feet and I did it in one day. ...