BEST WESTERN Alderwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we celebrated a wonderful wedding here at Ananda Lynnwood of two of our longtime friends, Cindy and Joanne. The community really came together to put on a wonderful garden reception after the ceremony. I forgot to take many photos but did take this one picture during the ceremony.
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The key question is whether the new transmissions will give ...
First time in Seattle - a great little city - home of Starbucks, Microsoft and Amazon! There is literally a Starbucks on every corner - apparently 360 total! We stayed downtown in a little boutique place called Hotel Max - cool place and they serve free beer everyday at 5.30 - nice little bonus! First day we did a great cycle tour of the city with Craig - 2 hour guide - was a great way to get our bearings and see ...
... playing on Google I found information on a ferry trip over to Bainbridge Island, it was such a nice day and we had all afternoon we decided to go on an adventure. The ferry was big with two floors just for cars and two floors for people and only $15 for both of us for a return trip, nice cheep harbour cruise. Bainbridge Island is a lovely place, a mixture of old and new and very well kept.
... how it functioned inside than what it looks like. I could do without the chartreuse stairways and escalators. However, some of his ideas were interesting, like putting the stacks on a corkscrew-type configuration that winds up four floors of the building without needing stairs (so they can push the carts of books up and down).
Lots of people hate it and some people love it. In the end it ...