Extended Stay America - Seattle - Tukwila
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... of routes one could squeeze in the day!! But I did manage to get to most of the 'highlites' ...see pics... I thought maybe if I got up early today - I could cram everything I missed yesterday in with today's "plan" -- but that seemed like too much bus and not enuf 'on/off'...so opted for sticking to just one route....and live with the fact that I couldn't/didn't see "everything"...and really-- there is a way too much to ...
... those who sort fortune in the Klondike region to the north. There is a fairly basic 'tale' of the era on the main corridor of Miner's Landing. Otherwise, the area is pretty touristy and 'cheesy'!
After regaining my sea-legs around the harbour I wandered across to the next pier and the Seattle Aquarium. I don't usually like these enclosed animal spaces but seeing as I had a voucher for it in my ...
... 8220;No Nazis or Republicans” and that shoplifters beware as they would “kick the living **** out of you before handing you over to the police”. We headed to the city library in the afternoon; the building is architecturally impressive (photo included) with a big section of children’s books, which Cameron loved.
For our final day we decided to take a ferry trip over to Bainbridge Island, a short 30 min trip over ...
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We got a night ferry from Portsmouth, England to Caen, France.
(If you want to explore the Normandy region of France)
... to the cool, moist air of the Pacific Northwest.
About the same time we were doing this, we were rewarded with a clear view of Mt. Rainier - we really were home.
The last 30 miles were almost surreal. Normally, I'd have circled the house and waved to Kay and Sean, but they were in a car 200 miles behind us. Instead, it was a straight shot into Paine Field. As we taxied up to the hangar, the guys in the hangar across from ...