BEST WESTERN PLUS Wesley Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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in operation until 1966 when the bridge over the Columbia River was completed.
The ferries stopped the day the bridge opened. The bridge built to withstand
150 mph winds is called the Megler Bridge and is the longest “continuous truss”
bridge in North America. It is 4.1 total miles with the main span being 1,232
feet long. The scenery from the bridge was breath taking. And yes, we drove the
motor home over it to get into ...
... from the US so we were all chatting and sharing stories. Turns out there were even a couple of med students from my year on the flight too! We caught up in LAX briefly before heading off to our respective flights.
Have been in transit for close to 30 hours now, so looking forward to a nice comfy bed!
... first Nordstrom's and across the street to take the monorail which was brought us close to our hotel.
So, we walked over 13000 steps today. Needed to walk off that lunch.
For dinner, we went to the Crow which was about one block from the hotel. Yes, our feet hurt by then. The hotel clerks recommended the restaurant, and the food was great. I had a couple of Kumamoto raw oysters! Yum... served with red wine vinegar instead of the typical cocktail ...
... accompanied by a picture of a couple armed with mallets smiling expectantly as their entire dinner is tipped out of a serving dish onto the table in front of them. The waiter looks glum….
Nicola, we went down to the Elliott Bay Bookstore later - but it has gone! Local businesses are selling up because their footfall has dwindled - apparently they have moved to Capitol Hill. I was sorry not to spend half an hour in one of my all-time favourite bookshops.
I also have some great college friends in Seattle. Jim Craig and his college sweetheart Christine have four kids and live in a cool part of town called Ballard which is where a lot of fishing / water activity happens. I met Jim, Christine, and Jeff Riley, ("Tree") who was a fraternity brother of mine, in Ballard for dinner and drinks one night. After recounting a lot of stories of my college years, I have either lost memory cells or I was ...