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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... accessories while the whole right hand side of the store is set aside for fishing and accessories like boats (the middle is "Hunt'n, Fish'n, Shoot'n" clothing and such).
WARNING: This is not for the faint of heart, as there are stuffed animals everywhere, big and small (I have tried to minimise them in the photos, and DON"T ask me about the Orca hanging from the roof - I hope it is a model rather that a stuffed one! I didn't want to ...
Two more weeks to go and I am READY!!!!!!!!
A heartfelt THANK YOU to those that have already logged their support for my effort.
On March 23rd I will be participating in the Big Climb - a stairclimb up 69 flights of stairs in the Columbia Center, Seattle's tallest building.
While I'll be gasping for air, the real challenge is to help fight blood cancers. ...
... build up as well – not heavy traffic, but I definitely feel like I’m driving in a large urban area again.
Soon we come to signs showing the Museum of Flight. This was an attraction we thought about coming to. It’s only 2pm, so what the hey – even if we arrived at our motel we couldn’t check in, and as we are here, we decide to go in. Having a large stretch as we get out of ...
After Denny's we went straight out to Snoqualmie Falls, approx 40 minutes from the motel. It was on our list of things to do so we were pleased to discover that it was so close. The pictures (and video) speak for themselves so I won't go on about it, but it was beautiful. After Snoqualmie we headed out to go into Seattle to find the famous market. We stopped off at a small supermarket to get a bottle of drink ...
Eventually we made it to the Space Needle. Now, it was cool. I must say that I am happy that we went up the Needle because it is the landmark of Seattle. Was it worth the 30 some odd dollars? Arguable... The view from the top was magnificent. One can see the bay, mountains, a giant city, ball parks. It truly was spectacular. Again though, a 30 dollar view? I don't know. But none the less, I am happy we did it. ...