Comfort Inn Tacoma
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... in a city called Tacoma which is just south of Seattle so we have booked that for the next two nights. On day 24 we drove the remaining 250 miles to Tacoma. The house we are staying in is lovely and owned by a couple called Josie and Bill. Funnily enough Josie worked in England years ago and had been to Croydon many times to go to the Home Office as well as Greenwich to see the ...
You know the score. Wait around 3 or so hours. Drag my 25 pound around on my back on the light rail and then then the parking structure. Took a picture of the Delta plane loading, need to add this later the tech stuff is still pretty new.
I checked because I didn't want drag more stuff. Computer in a small rucksack is enough. Reread part of the Teacher's Manual to get ready for teaching Italian middle schoolers under an ...
... and Todd and I rolled into Shillong on this Sunday at about 5PM.
This town of one million was buzzing, everybody riding around on the top of buses, many of them coming home from afternoon church. The Baptist and other Christian denominations are strong in this area, years ago it was the "hill station" in this area where colonial leaders would retreat to get out of the heat. At 5000 feet, it was called the "Scotland" of India, quite cool and often rainy. When we arrived, it was ...
... there is a swimming pool, but it is packed full of peeing little kids. Oh, by the way, we could save 10% if we paid an extra $26 for a membership. That would mean at least five more KOAs to break even... it ain’t gonna happen.
We will set off for Tacoma today... Tacoma often is considered to be Seattle’s version of North Surrey, but we have stopped there before, and found some delightful galleries, heritage buildings and bike trails, so will check it out again.
... we looked at a few more exhibits. When we were leaving, we stopped at the Kid Zone for Madi and Ty. We also rode on the zoo's carousel! I rode a Beluga Whale named Beethoven. He was " SOOOOOO CUTE"! We also had a Monday Night Meeting. Another congregation was having their C.O. visit. Everyone in the Manchester Congregation is so nice and welcoming! Our whole week is pretty much filled up! Many more exciting adventures will occur before I leave (I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking