The College Inn
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... but couldn't decide on the livery we would get...that and the US$350M for a 747, US$320M for a 777 or the US$280M for a 787 Dreamliner, it didn't come with free parking either! We did get to see the special 'Dreamlifter' aircraft in the 'Parking Lot', which was used to carry the different sections of the 787 'Dreamliner' aircraft to the Boeing Factory in Seattle. Different sections of this aircraft are produced by 'partner' ...
... half hour way from hers by car. But at least she didn't need to go on highway to pick me up. It was a long way from city centre to Kent station I must say, I even fell asleep on my way to hers. Finally, after 45 mins drive I arrived Kent. I waited a bit before she came to Kent to pick me up. After another 30 mins, finally she showed up with her cute son, Ethan!
We went to supermarket to collect birthday cake for Mehgen and then headed back to her house. As time ...
... of Bar Harbor Maine but not quite so touristy. Our next stop Port Gamble further north looked over the Hood Canal and toward Bainbridge Island. Some really well preserved historic buildings make for a very quaint town. We returned to Seattle on the Bainbridge Island ferry catching a spectacular view of the Space Needle and city skyline. A scrumptious seafood dinner at a waterfront restaurant completed our "water" ...
... food and drink etc all included despite it only being a 1 hour flight.
After a quick, cheap and cheerful ride on the tram into the centre of Seattle, passing both sports stadiums along the way (we later discovered that we helped to pay for them as one of the many taxes you pay when you buy stuff there), we arrived at our hotel. Another upgrade was offered and we were extremely happy with our room. We dined next door and plotted our couple of days in Seattle.
... which were sound proof rooms to thrash away in and you could record your 'music'! We had a mess around on the drums and guitar. They also had a whole stage setting complete with lights and pretend screaming fans so you could perform songs (it even corrected all your bad playing) and afterwards get a video of your set after! Pretty cool.
Then there was an Icons of Science Fiction bit, which had loads of props ...