Courtyard Seattle Bellevue/Downtown
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... easy because the guy in front of me was Mr. Recliner, who kept trying to make it recline more (though, to be fair, the flight attendant asked everyone to put their seats up during the meal service, and he did)), hauled myself out of my seat and stood in the aisle. Priya, meanwhile, is looking at my me like, What are you doing?, and then wouldn't get up and indicated I should sit back down. Sigh. So I did. But then she looked like was going to throw up and she said "sugar" a ...
... licence so had to go get my passport. We had a local beer – Mannys – and played pinball for a brief period, pinball is boring and pointless.
There was a recommended Mexican restaurant on the corner called Mammas so we ate here. We got a booth and ordered a quesadilla starter despite knowing that there would likely be no need for a starter, we are in America after all. Sure enough we did not need a starter,Charlottes burrito was monsterous and my ...
I decided a full day's worth of driving would best be passed by trying out Audible, an audio book provider. On the suggestion of our reading teacher, Ashley Rousseau, I decided to listen to Divergent by Veronica Roth. At just over 11 hours it did manage to pass the time but it failed to prevent stiff knees and a sore posterior.
I did manage to get an extra, unexpected stretch break in as I was held up on I-90 for about 40 minutes near ...
... the most obnoxious way possible giggling to yourself.
2. Turn on Walk like a Camel by Southern Culture of the Skids extremely loud
3. Stomp your feet in place and fist pump both arms as hard as you can
4. Throw yourself onto the bed and start steam rolling everyone in bed making loud loud monster truck sounds
(Make sure you protect your goods people throw elbows, knees, and fist) Be prepared!
... gauge the size but is the largest building in the world (by volume). What happens inside absolutely blew my head off - loads of planes and bits of planes and elaborate scaffolds for people to get up close to them, in the biggest assembly line I've ever seen. 747s and the new 787 dream liners were my favourites. No cameras are allowed inside which is a shame, as the scale of everything is too ridiculous to imagine. It reminded me of the Hitchhiker's Guide Earth backup scene except ...