BEST WESTERN PLUS Navigator Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can't even put into words how excited we are to enjoy all the experiences you have bought for us.
We're hoping that this blog will allow us to more easily share our experiences, adventures, mishaps, and photos with you, so stay tuned to see what we're up to.
Again, we can't possible thank you all enough for showing us so much love on our wedding day and in our honeymoon.
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... we arrived at the large totem pole representing the Native Americans. Seattle was named for the chief of the local tribe. Across from this area, we dined at Etta's where we were delighted with the Dungeness crab and their famous salmon dish. The chef is an Iron Chef winner and we were not disappointed. It was a delicious ending to a very long and exciting first day of our adventure.
... lot. Probably a combination of both. We actually spent most of the evening in a great scotch bar that had a bigger selection than I have seen before. We ended very maturely at around midnight...
BTW...the seafood was pretty good!
Wanted to head to Mt Ranier, but the weather really never cooperated and you could not see the peak through the clouds. I did get a good pic of "the mountain" on my way to Vegas from the air.
... go to events in the evening, and sometimes I stay in and read a book or watch a movie. Every once in a while I get out of the city to go hiking. Pretty much exactly how a normal weekend would go, except this one doesn't end.
It's kind of nice, to know you actually do have time to completely clean out under your bed or to re-do that entire bed of flowers in the garden, instead of ...
... sketchy bus trip through downtown Seattle to hipster Fremont (“The Centre of the Universe”). I like to skip over those parts. Skip forward to where I'm enjoying a bowl of steaming hot local mussels and clams washed down with wine from a nearby vineyard. Reading The Stranger. Rain pouring down outside. Ahhhh… That’s better.
About that rain. It’s part of the reason Seattle gets its main nickname – “The Emerald ...