Best Western Tulalip Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out first without the worry of parking so I put it off for a few hours. Our first stop was the famous Public Market which ran along the waterfront. This market is enormous, hundreds of stalls selling literally everything you could want. Just before we entered the market we tracked down the location of the very first ever Starbucks which is opposite the market and it still has all the original signs and logos and only sells coffee, espresso and teas. We were hoping ...
We left the lovely forest of Hope RV Park and headed off to Vancouver to return the "turtle truck". It rained all the way and was quite difficult to see at times because of all the splashes caused by the trucks. But Jenny did her usual "Ice-Trucker"driving and got us to Vancouver unscathed.
When we packed up all the food we had left, I decided that I couldn't just throw it away and we had to find someone to give it to. There was no one up in the ...
... br> - Ohio
- Rhode island
- New York
The states we flew over without stopping include:
- South Dakota
- New Jersey
- New Hampshire
Observations (in no particular order):
The sky is just as empty of planes as it ever was. I continue ...
(It's Thursday and we were busy visiting with Shari and Mark last night, so I didn't get my blog for yesterday posted.)
Wednesday morning, we got up at the Bolton Bed and Breakfast (my dad's house) and had my dad's hotcakes for breakfast - more yumm! We ran an errand or two with my dad, then went back to the house and visited with them till mid-afternoon. We gave our temporary goodbyes (we'll see them again Thursday at Shari's) and off we ...
... gifts from my family and eating the cake with his name on it. Leaving Seattle has me feeling heavy hearted. Knowing that I'm indefinitely leaving all my family, friends and familiar home comforts drains my emotions and beats skip in my heart. Saying goodbye to my parents at the airport was the hardest and left me in tear sobs. Coming back has only reiterated my fortune of having such wonderful loves in my life. Seattle is only a plane ride away though and home in Australia awaits ...