BEST WESTERN PLUS Wesley Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... owned automobile museum in the USA. It was located only a short drive from where we were staying.
Tom, being an old mechanic was extremely interested in seeing this. The rest of us were also keen to take a look.
What a place, at any one time there are at least 250 vehicles on display. The day we went we were informed that the dollar value of all the exhibits was around $65,000,000.00. If that is too many zeros ...
... not feel all that happy at the moment with things but I dare not say or do anything else to aggravate it. Getting my hair cut and buying the inserts for my shoes is being thrown back at me all the time. I really feel that this holiday was a hive mistake, I don't think we had the money for it and now we are paying the price. I will look for work when I get home as I really need to do something about this. I feel our holiday now has ...
... traffic, but so many roads are dug up, a new road tunnel is being constructed and a major freeway bypassing downtown Seattle is closed for several days. Luckily for us, our new apartment complex has parking and is within easy walking distance of everything we're likely to need for the coming days.
The Pacific Northwest and Seattle in particular has a reputation for being rainy and overcast. We’ve had ...
... 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.