Comfort Inn Tacoma
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... passing through Seattle, the speed picked up for about 5 miles then again we were traveling at about 5-15 miles an hour all the way to Tacoma. This backup, added to the half hour at the border, cost us two hours and a trip to a local winery. On the positive side, we had a wonderful view of Mt. Rainier off in the distance the entire way.
Tomorrow we will venture up into Olympic Park before heading to Eugene, ...
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... Sabit, our second cab driver from Ethiopia in two days, was quite the chatterbox. We discussed the traffic and the effect of the numerous construction projects in the area. I shared that I was friends with an Ethiopian foreign exchange student in high school, well before Sabit was born. This seemed to bridge a cultural gap with him. We also chatted about his pending citizenship and encouraged him in his pursuit.
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... were full and we sat for 30 minutes waiting for a spot to park the plane. With our luggage in hand, we headed for the shuttle and the trip to Seattle Center. After an early dinner at a Sports Bar, we headed for our evening adventure to the top of the Space Needle. The skies were so clear we could see Mt. Ranier, Mt. Baker, and the Cascades. Last time I went ...
... there are the guys throwing (and consequentially selling) fish, there's an alley of walls covered in gum (gross but kind of impressive, except for when vicky got a trail attached to her shoes), a place that sells what has been voted the best New England clam chowder in the nation, despite not being in the New England, and a market mascot Pig piggy bank named Rachel. Following a morning at the market we caught the commuters ferry over the Puget Sound to Bainbridge Island. They say ...