Coast Gateway Hotel
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"You don't always need a plan. Sometimes you need to breathe. Trust. Let go. And see what happens"-unknown The day I have been waiting for had finally arrived. With months of planning, last minute changes and a lack return ticket home my adventure finally begins. Before my trip began I learned a lot. For example, I tend to overpack. After hours of research, outfit planning, packing and repacking, trying to make the tuff decision of what I ...
... for $2. Oh well. I better enjoy this.
I've talked with Shaun for an hour and half. We're sitting in the emergency exit aisle of the plane, which means a couple things. Number one, we have an enormous amount of leg room. Right now my shoes are off and I've got my feet stretched out on the floor. Number two, if anything goes down, I have decided I will take the role of Liam Neeson for this ride. Sam rented the Babadook for a hefty $7 via iTunes and watched the ...
... the teachers (only because we recognised the accent from across the hall) and they do a ‘science and technology’ trip to the USA every year – wish I worked at that school, although by the sounds of it I might need to become far more religious to get in.
The weekend was spent driving down the Pacific coast through Oregon and into Eureka, California. The plan for this week is to follow the coast down to San Francisco, Los Angeles and then hit Las Vegas. ...
... for two complimentary nights.
After a good night’s sleep in Seattle, we took off for Boeing’s headquarters and toured the cavernous facilities where they make commercial and cargo jets, the darling of which is the new 787 Dreamliner. We visited the assembly lines and the lot where the finished planes await delivery. It is like a League ...
... on our honeymoon.
We had dinner with good friends who have done a similar trip. Hearing people that have experienced long, multi-country trips is invaluable. We also had a sit down with a travel consultant from Rick Steves office where tips for transportation, routes and hidden European towns that are must sees were recommended. We also took the time to try on back-packs from REI, waited for their annual sale and purchased travel ...