Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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On June 23, 2015, we set off from our home in Bothell for five months and four countries of travel around the world. I was torn: both excited for the experience, and sad for the people I was leaving behind. I thought I knew what I was in for, having been lucky enough to be on one such trip in my lifetime, almost a decade ago. We walked out the door at 12:30 PST, and rode ...
... The number of bags at the bus would indicate a very successful day and I think that there will be some lucky people when everyone is safely home. That afternoon my host Keith took me on a drive to take photos of Mt Rainer. The mountain has dominated the eastern skyline on most clear days and it is a stunning backdrop to the area. I have attached a couple of ...
I had planned, about a week before my departure, to create this blog and write about my feelings prior to leaving for the Netherlands. Due to my schedule and many other factors, that didn't happen. So, I choose to try to write about those feelings after the fact.
To understand the basis for my pre-departure nerves, you must first understand the fact that I have never lived outside an hour radius of Seattle, WA, USA before. I have ...
Following a wonderful and much needed night's sleep, we welcomed a day to explore Seattle. We departed with Sally, our guide, for an overview of the area.
We learned that Seattle, located on Puget Sound, was named for the Chief of the Coast Duwamish tribe of Native Americans. The first Europeans to arrive came from Vermont and mid America. They came for the purpose of building a city and traveled to Portland by wagon train. Then they sailed to ...
... where the Mariners play). We parked & decided to explore Pike Place Market. The sites & sounds are amazing as you see huge stalls filled with beautiful flowers, delicious fruits & vegetables & more fish than you can imagine. We watched them throw fish at the famous Pike Place Fish Market. Hunter was very interested in the whole octopus they had for sale. After walking around for a bit, the rain became heavier & ...