Americas Best Value Airport Inn
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After a long journey here, late night, loooong 18 hour day yesterday, and still being ill, today we decided to relax in the hotel. The only issue we have had is food! We had the delightful (as ever) 'continental' breakfast (consisting of muffins, literally) and later decided to visit the 7-Eleven (15 minute walk away) in hopes of buying some food. …
We finally made it! We are now sat in our motel bed after an iHop meal and a well-needed shower. The room is basic but clean with a cool, classic motel look. Simple but it has a purpose.
We are exhausted so are going to sleep as its nearly 11pm over here.
Tomorrow we will be exploring the city!
The alarm went off this morning at 01:40 after a two hour power nap in Athabasca and we were back on the road. We had a 6:15 flight to catch out of Edmonton. We said our goodbyes to Faye and Greg the night before as they decided against waking up at that awful hour to see us off and who can blame them, I would have done the exact same thing. Once again we are extremely grateful that they will take care of Ace while we are gone. We tried to sneak out at quietly as we could but we had ...
... to Seattle, only about 2.5 hours.
Washington also has an incredible amount of trees and bridges, two things that are unknown to Texas. It was a refreshing bit of scenery to drive through. Like Portland, it has equally bad Seattle traffic.
We stayed in a hotel in the town of SeaTac (yes, it has a capital T), which is a not-so-clever amalgamation of the towns Seattle ...
... as she spent the season on the ice. She played for two teams this year...she was the only girl on the Jr Thunderbirds PeeWee White team, and she also played for the Washington Wild U14 team. It was an amazing hockey season with tons of progress, new friends and goals scored! We spent mid-winter break in Whistler, Canada, where the mountain was almost completely bare up to mid-mountain! We still managed to get some great skiing and boarding in during ...