Americas Best Value Airport Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It's been a crazy few weeks leading up to the wedding, so it's really nice to just sit for a few minutes and catch our breath. We are both super excited to be going to Japan again, and are looking forward to some different experiences from last time. ...
... 8217;). We headed into Belltown for a late dinner – and Sophia and Cameron were so sweet doing sticker books and sharing food together. Cameron missed Sophia when she flew back to New Orleans; we still had another couple of days in Seattle.
Eric was quite impressed with the Belltown area of the city (epicentre of the original ‘Grunge’ explosion) and with one punk record shop in particular, with a foreboding warning upon entry ...
... THAT is how it should be, although you still get a few arseholes, it has restored my faith in society. Another thing, I find it incredible how many people have said to me that they think what I am doing is brave and mature... Many I'm just ignorant, but it doesn't seem too crazy to me, but at the same time if I were to meet a 19 year old female travelling with an around the world ticket alone I would probably drop my jaw and give her a pat on the back. ...
... Alexander, then me, and I thought Rod would end it as usual what happened was our taxi driving then started to pray with us. We then sang our worship song and said our bible verse. It was amazing the driver who had some crazy music on when we entered after prayer found the christian music station for us. He and Rod then had a conversation about God's love. That was a great way to start our trip. After we arrived at the airport and started to ...
I just left my family at the security checkpoint and I'm sitting at Gate S15 in the SeaTac airport, about to set off on the first leg of my great adventure. It smells of delicious french fries, which is slightly waning my feeling of homesickness, at least for the moment. 5 months and a week. It's the longest I've ever been away from home (the longest before this was less than three months) and the longest someone should ever have ...