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... flops lol. There was nothing important (except shoes) in the bag so we didn't care but it will be delived to us in a couple days.
We met both of our parents at the airport and Paul mom had brought his shoes and my boots that we had left at their house so that was great, along with our winter jackets! We bundled up for the first time in 2 months and went for dinner then drove home and met our lovely cats which we had miss, and they sure had missed us. So cuddily!
... drove me home, right across to the other side of the city, I'd snuck a bit of money for fuel in Kelly's car earlier, as I knew they'd refuse it if I offered outright. A fun, but late night once again, and tomorrow was my last day to finish getting any tidying done, before heading over to Susan and Jason's for Christmas Day dinner. I was also staying there that night, as Susan had offered to drive me over to Tracy and Brett's house to finally meet Carla and Stew. I knew ...
... impressed with the accommodation. It was renovated recently and done in a 1950s retro style. Very comfortable and had a free wine happy hour between 5.30 and 7.00pm. Mick had redeemed himself after the poor choice of hotel in Anchorage. Lunch this day was at the Seattle equivalent of Doyle's in Sydney, Ivor's Seafood Restaurant. Maria had the chowder tasting lunch with 3 different soups. We then checked out Pike's Fish Market and then to the EMP Museum. The museum ...
... his Trafalgar bus tour began. I'm still waiting to find out what happened, as I haven't heard from them yet, but I'm hoping that the adage " no news is good news" applies! (Mum, if you're reading this, please email me because you must be near a computer, and let me know how you're going!) Anyway, back to the museum. It is a fabulous place, and we spent a couple hours there exploring before we walked a little way down Main Street to the Fox and Fiddle pub for lunch. I'd taken ...
... trucks which pass inches from you in a never ending thundering wall of steel. Also carried in it's wake, huge RVs towing cars, cars towing trailers, Harley Davidson's and the odd, wobbly cyclist (approximately 42 to date).
It's a fascinating road, not least because of the pace in which I travel. The visual aspect isn't done justice by my photographs, but it's travel that excites all the senses.
The smell of pine wood from the forests ...
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Car pass right in front of the hostel (so the rooms) so if you are easily wake up, this could be an issue, otherwise, great.
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