Clarion Hotel Seattle Federal Way
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have said to me San Fran has disappeared up its own backside a bit...the most expensive city in the US...calls itself *the* city....and you know what? As beautiful as it is, I can get up it's own backside at home. Also, as I plan to come back for the second part of this US Odyssey next year, which will include San Fran, I was thinking about something different. I have loved my Amtrak journeys. What a great way to see this country from the ...
Then off to Pike Place again to see the original Starbucks. Seattle is the home of Starbucks, Amazon and other famous tax-dodgers. Anyway all-in-all Seattle gets a big thumbs up from us, even though I found it hard to sleep last night- oh no, just a minute, it's song titles we're doing, isn't it?
Again, Annie, a big thanks for your reassuring updates. Fortunately Gordon's batting skills have improved enormously over the past few days with the help ...
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 ...
... and were surrounded by "flying" paraphernalia. Back in Seattle, we meandered the Market again which was bustling with people this time. Went down Post Alley where bubble gum has been plastered all over the brick walls of the alley. It's amazing and gross at the same time, and certainly very colorful! After enjoying a relaxing Italian dinner in memory of our Italian travels together, we headed back to our hotel to prepare for our Alaskan Cruise and dream about the ...
... followed suit by maintaining the status quo until 1960 when the bet on Congo's sought-after independence. The plan was to let Congo's government play an act while Belgium continued to reap huge profits from the country's natural resources and forced labor. Over the next few years, names like Lumumba and Mobutu emerged onto the world scene, and the Congo became a hotbed or at least an outlet for geopolitical turmoil. Joseph Mobutu, backed by the US, stepped into power in ...