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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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After dropping LUCY at the doggie resort I began the last minute perusal of my now packed, see that as a bit "overpacked," carryon and rolling backpack. Took a few things out but mainly just tucked things further into corners. Ran the dishwasher and remembered to turn off the water at the outside connection. Watered the plants, turned off the ceiling fans, tried to put things I'm not taking someplace I might remember to look upon my ...
... Pamela had troubles with her iPad, then we proceeded to Starbucks for a coffee, then a few things at the supermarket for Tea, then home just on 1800. As we had a very full lunch, it was a light Tea, then a quick trip back to Apple for Pamela to pick up her new iPad, then, home again. We saw Mt Rainier at 1930 when we were on our way into town, it is about 40 miles away and covered in snow, but travelling ...
... I tip someone who has done nothing for us other than ask us to pay?
We then went to get a picture of Charlotte with a Jimi Hendrix statue where a tramp who couldn’t speak asked us if we would like him to take our picture. We politely told him we were fine as we were happy with the camera and we wanted to keep hold of it for the entirety of the trip if possible.
We had a bit of a wander around Capitol Hill which is class, like a sort of ...
... off with a BANG. A couple of those down for me and my lips already tingling. When we arrived to Inn at Queen Ann we get our bags in the room and waste no time. We get ready and start our night on the town, we went to the wonderful Brazilian Restaurant where they come around with the meat on a stick fresh off the grill for you. It was really expensive so we decided we shall move to somewhere cheaper for a full meal. As we walked ...
... hours there wandering around the food stalls, craft vendors and free samples. The fish men were entertaining because they yelled at one another jokingly, teased people going by and of course tossed fish around when an order was placed. I thought the gum wall (an outdoor wall literally covered in thousands of pieces of used gum) was kind of gross. When I posed next to the wall the smell of chewed gum really got to me. Another highlight of the market was the piggy ...