Park Center Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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For the last three days we have been exploring the beauty of Mount Rainier National Park and the surrounding areas. We arrived Tuesday morning and checked into our motel in Enumclaw which is around an hour outside the national park and apparently the biggest town in the area. It took us all of 15 minutes to explore the town which consisted of a few …
This morning, our last morning in U.S.A. We woke up to a most perfect morning, the sun shining brightly, crisp, but turned out a superb day. We had breakfast, waited till Mike got home, had a bit of time at home, finished our final packing of the cases, yes squashed it all in, and when ready we all got into Mikes Accura (Honda in Aussie) and drove into town. We arrived at the Space Needle, built in 1965 was the tallest building ...
... in permanently losing weight. If you do not sleep enough, or if you're continually worrying or stressing about something, weight loss will more than likely not occur. If you find yourself constantly eating because you are stressed, or if you feel tired all the time, this could be a metabolism issue as well.
That is why it is so important to get enough sleep and to remove stress if possible from your life. You ...
... seals & otters being fed & saw their tropical fish collections. They are very Eco- friendly & taught their visitors about sustainable fishing. I managed to find my way in the bus - with the worlds happiest bus driver! In the evening my host family invited me to have a Chinese take away with them and we sat chatting about the health care system - again more people "embarrassed" at the state of their ...
As I was loading the bike this morning I met a woman who was loading her bike too. Bonnie is from Calgary and is on a trip with a friend. Her friend was driving a convertible and carrying Betty's luggage . . . Sweet deal. They were on their way back from the California coast and gave me some routes to check out.
The hotel had no breakfast so I jumped on the super slab for 30 miles and picking up US route 2 in ...