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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of fresh fruit and veg with loads of fresh fish and live fish, they had not only live fish but live Abalone, mussels, clams etc. they also were selling fresh seaweed. We then headed back to Gwandeokjeong where the shuttles were and I realised that this structure was a tourist spot so I went in, there was a fee of 1,500 wan and then I explored, it was a museum depicting the government of ...
... for a treat every now and then though.
In Seattle we visited the Pike St Markets, the famous Gum Wall, viewed the city from the tallest high-rise..(and almost lost steph). We went to Safeco Stadium to watch the Mariners play the Cleveland Indians, our first baseball game! really enjoyed it, always a good atmosphere at the sporting matches over here.
And the sad day came that we had to say goodbye to Steph and send her home.
... to bed around 5:00am Portland time. About 24 hours since we left. Ok this blogging is new to me and I want to post this now. Adding photos will come later. My BFF Jenn is blogging and she thinks I am copying her which I am at it irritates her which even brings me more joy! But blogging is kind if *************'t know if I can keep it up. The ...
... itself is interesting, in that the Pastor is Vietnamese. The congregation is ethnically mixed, so to speak and friendly. The early Mass, which we attend, embodies the Children's Presentation. It's always fun to watch and observe the parents and grandparents enjoying their grandkids. This year, Father Joseph sang Silent Night in three languages, English, Vietnamese and Italian. He said that he was "threatened" by some of ...
... Snow Tires and -35 degree windshield wiper antifreeze. We are, in other words, "Loaded for Bear."
The Idaho side of Look Out was a bit more of a challenge, what with the tightness of the curves and less-than-Montana maintenance performed there. It went fine though, without even the slightest close call. The real excitement started when we reached Fourth of July Pass. Here the snow started falling in earnest with about two inches ...