BEST WESTERN PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a passive observer of African culture, but failed to interact with it. Sure, I made friends, but no spark of a lasting relationship with the country. I barely have any intentions of working there. I am worried that Vietnam will be a similar experience for me: a new stamp in my passport. That it will be more important that I was in Vietnam than what I did in Vietnam. Even so, I have hard time believing I will form a deep relationship with Vietnam. ...
... met up for a two week journey of learning about the Sufi tradition. We also ate extremely well, joked around just about the right amount, participated fully in Isawwa (more about that later), shopped a BIT more than I would have liked :), and just bonded as a group of journeyers.
... of the city as I know some of you have experienced. Dick particularly commented on how much Seattle has developed since its completion for the 1962 World's Fair. Saw photos of workers working near the top of the Needle without the safety gear we expect today. Took 41 seconds in the elevator to travel the 685 feet to the Observation Tower. We were again impressed with the visibility from the tower and the cleanliness of the air as we ...
... and from the roof terrace looking towards the factory, and from the freeway while getting there. The factory interestingly is built in an Amish area and our factory tour commentator was himself Amish as we're some of those on the tour - took some sneaky pictures on the roof terrace before the tour. The future of flight centre had large engines and planes and tails and other interesting things to look at, as well as the gift store, before our tour got underway ...
... to be deliberate and accurate with my work. Obviously it had to be done right and had to look great for Myra and Adam's sake. The house is pretty old and hadn't been painted for quite some time so there was a lot of prep work. Actually there were 5 full days of scraping, sanding, caulking, priming, and anything else necessary to seal that place. An internally rewarding process nonetheless. Then the beauty began. They chose a vibrant ...