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... Kraft Macaroni and Cheese but we don’t have a refrigerator to house butter and you can’t just buy a few pieces. Overhearing our dilemma, an employee gave us several tabs of butter to use. So very kind. We are using our small red cooler filled with ice to keep a couple foods like milk and salsa cold. Butter would be harder to preserve. (Perhaps not. I’ll tell you why in a moment…unless you already knowJ) So ...
Sun begins to come up revealing wheat fields of western Washington The train splits apart in Spokane with part going to Portland and part going to Seattle. I am now in the last car. Here's the view of the sunrise from the rear car! Below is a view of our car when we stopped in Wenatchee, WA Very beautiful and interesting ride through Washington this morning. Lots of orchards around Cashmere and Wenatchee. A young boy and his dad across the aisle are passing by their family ...
... funny watching unfit, ill prepared people going up an 800 foot eleavted path. The rewards were awesome as we reached Carter and Madcap Falls. Both with lots of water heading down at great speed!!! After acheiving the hike we swiftly made our way back down the steady gradient to Archie in the Longmire carpark. Following another tasty bagel lunch with cream cheese, tomato and avo we drove further up the mountain towards Paradie the ...
So far Seattle to me is the beauty of San Fransisco, the hospitality of the midwest, and the energy of Boston. I like it.
We said goodbye to Portland with a leisurely breakfast, a disappointing latte from Stumptown (I made the mistake of ordering a tall which meant the same amount of espresso and 2x the milk...not nearly as delicious that way), and a leisurely stroll through Chinatown. We all thoroughly enjoyed the Chinese gardens, so much so that ...
... think. Colton would join us on the next adventure, we all piled in the car and sped off.
We left Shillong behind and two hours later at about 9PM pulled into a little lodge near Cherupungee. The ride was gorgeous, lush as we were reaching the wettest part of India. From the highland where we were, we were quite close and could see the Bangladeshi plains far below. We settled in our rooms at the lodge, mainly catering to domestic tourists who come to see this beautiful part of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services