Clarion Hotel Seattle Federal Way
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Only 1 more day until we leave for our trip! The suitcases have been packed and repacked for a week. We have been diligently going to bed 1 hour earlier every night since last Monday. Notice I said "going to bed" and not "going to sleep." Trying to convince your body clock to fall asleep at 4pm and wake up at midnight is not easy, but the goal is to be able to get some good sleep on ...
... of books. It really struck us how well used the library was too - it was huge and packed everywhere with people silently studying, reading and generally enjoying the facility. It felt like a great advert for the positive impact well designed public projects can have.
With our feet starting to get a little sore, we stopped in at Macy's on the way home for some retail therapy. Sophie had a bit of birthday money that she was looking to spend, and Chris had ...
... of a good brunch. After a convoluted walk through downtown, we made it just in time for some brunch. PSYCHHHH ! It was superbowl sunday and there wasn't a spot for us to sit and enjoy the view while eating delicious eggs and bacon and pancakes and coffee - so we settled for subway .. whatever, I'LL TAKE A $5 FOOTLONG OVER A DELICIOUS BRUNCH ANYWAYS ..
no, that's a lie .. i wanted the brunch..sore subject.
... in. There is a brand new base exchange and commissary, but the chapel looked the same. We headed across the desert plains of eastern Washington, then into the Cascade mountains, over the passes and into Seattle, where we are right now, waiting for our flight to head to Anchorage. As we were driving, I was listening to an audiobook, which most of you have probably read, but I had not read it yet. It's called The Shack, by William P. Young. It ...
... little strappy thing (a strap Trystan – a strap) to my camera, so it could be argued I hadn’t taken the necessary precautions beforehand. Yes, this could be argued. On the other hand the chances of my camera – once it had been dropped – finding that little tiny gap in the railings was so bloody small. So unlikely this scenario was that I didn’t even bother to use my foot to stop the bloody thing falling the 30 feet into ...