Comfort Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We left the hotel after a lovely evening talking with our new friends at 9:00 am and went to the Hanoi airport for a 12:35 flight to Taipei. Beth and I had a seven hour layover in Taipei. We walked around the airport and then sat at a restaurant before going ...
Well, we've been back at home for a few days now – everything was handled great by our house/pet sitter and the folks back at work who kept things moving forward. Many thanks to everyone for having our backs!
This turned out to be a very special and enjoyable trip for us and we’ve been reviewing Dart’s Journal and the ~2,300 images and videos captured. I thought it would be neat to give some final observations and summary information to the ...
... place to go would be the Seattle Public Market - home of the first Starbucks. We walked around the market, seeing the famous fish shop. The shop workers have a routine of shouting like sailors then throwing fish from one, to the other and then gutting it before it was wrapped. Seemed odd but we had been up for a long time...so we walked on. On our travel see stopped at one of the thousands of Starbucks Seattle has to offer. From here ...
... at the Chihuly Glass Museum- unbelievably big and beautiful glass sculptures from chandeliers to full sea gardens . The greenhouse exhibit with its suspended flowers piece was amazing and a welcome break from the cold and windy needle top! The next couple of days was spent exploring Fremont which is a lovely, trendy town on the outskirts . It's full of vintage shops and cute coffee bars (one called desserts with the most amazing dark chocolate and raspberry ...
... never been on this famed peak. On a perfect mid August day, we climbed the Stanley-Burgner route that climbs a variety of cracks and chimneys up its South Face. A few days later I returned with my friend Dave to climb a newer route to the area called Acid Baby, which ...