Comfort Inn Federal Way
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I'm beginning to suspect that the people in Seattle never really see the top of Mt Rainier. The mountain is right there, but the top seems to be always hidden in mist or fog, or some kind of gloom. The sky today was gray; even rain would have made better pics, so we relaxed in the room.
In the evening we made our way back to the space needle …
... the brick retaining wall keeping them above the high tide mark. Standing room only on the jetty further down, just all fishing, what for I don’t know. Greg chatted to one couple who had been crabbing in their canoes. They did okay, they had quite a few crabs in their hessian bag, just using 2 crab pots.
Back to camp, BBQ dinner, and then use the mobile to call family and friends as we finally have reception here. (You ...
... ve got a lot of work to do. Is this "Seattle Freeze" real, where the locals seem friendly but are really unwelcoming? I'll get back to that later. The purpose of this blog is to trace my steps as I wander this new territory and hopefully provide some insight from a fresh perspective. Here goes nothing! ...
... us. At the end, the Westerners were invited to dance around the grounds with the full group, they gave us shields, swords to carry and taught us some basic chants. The crowds howled with laughter as we butchered the dance moves.
Todd and I took a break, walked over to the handicraft area and bought some nice textiles. We had a very nice chicken and spinach meal over rice, lots more tea and then rested for awhile.
We left the festival grounds basking happily in the memories of ...
... for the day (we have to find open air ones because our van does not fit in most covered ones).
With a bit of a check around, we noticed that Seattle is quite bicycle friendly, even downtown, so we chose our bikes for the day’s touring.
After a look around the convention centre area, we descended Pike Street to the must see market. It was great fun. We have been there many times before, and it is just as quaint and vibrant as ever. Indeed, being a warm August ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A little tricky to find
Plenty of power outlets
Awesome free breakfast (hot & cold cereals, fresh fruit, yogurt, boiled eggs, waffles, muffins, doughnuts, juices, coffee, milk, scrambled eggs, sausage, bagels, toast, plenty to choose from)
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