BEST WESTERN Alderwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I was not wrong. We spent the day in our cabin, John sleeping, god knows how he can sleep so much, and me just playing my iPad. There was nothing on the program I wanted to see or do, I might go to the movies or to the afternoon lecture but I am not sure if I will be bothered. Well I didn't bother we just relaxed and read all day. We went to the Crows Nest for a drink before dinner ...
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.
This was the main reason for visiting the Seattle area, however we had such fun seeing old friends, and some family. I used to live in Seattle area ...
... is slowly (from Kara's perspective) approaching. Kara reports that she is having contractions and thinks that the birth is going to be a bit early. I have my "Barn Gait" on now and am singularly focused on getting the 700 or so miles done quickly.
We get up early as Carolyn has to fly out today to return to work. We walk to the train to the airport and say a long goodbye. Carolyn has really taken to the long ...
... loved the many small boutiques and shops but I was more than surprised when even Starbucks(!) kicked me out at 6pm (!!!) telling me that they were closing for the day. 6pm?! Seriously?? In a major city like Seattle?
Disappointed, I ventured off to find myself something to eat for dinner and somehow I ended up sitting at a McDonalds. (wifi, duh!) But not for long. This place was filled with homeless people and trust me, there was a police men guarding on patrol! ...
Hello and welcome to part two of my fortnight up the West Coast. This chapter takes us to the fair cities of coffee and roses: Seattle and Portland, respectively.
After a flight with unrestricted views to the horizon, I landed in one very foggy (and cold!) Seattle. Catherine and I met downtown near her work and bussed back to Queen Anne Hill where she has a lovely apartment with views of, or so she tells me, the Olympic Mountains and Lake Union. That evening was ...