Courtyard by Marriott Seattle North / Lynnwood
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... the title suited. It was a pleasant enough time, it was a formal so I had the escargot again and the surf and turf, but this time I had the bee sting for desert. The ship was a little rocky with the waves and I did take two sea sick tablets before dinner and so glad I did. The ship had placed sick bags near the elevator at the restaurant for guest to use if they had to....luckily I ...
... my parents to see my uncle up on Whidbey Island. We hung out for a bit, and then me and my friends headed for Alki Beach in west Seattle, where we met my other friend, Eric, who lives a little outside the city. We hung out for a while and then met up with him again downtown that night. It was a good night, but it was a little short for a city... Most of the bars closed around 2am, which was a bummer since we didn't get ...
DAY 63 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 101 (about average)
Total RV Miles - 2011 since leaving Ananda Village mid May
We drove over Snoqualmie Pass yesterday morning then turned off at North Bend, heading up the 202 and 203 along a beautiful river valley between the Sammamish and Snoqualmie Plateaus. Since Interstate 90 and 405 interchange is undergoing major renovations with huge traffic ...
... Between that and my Spanish, we communicated just fine. Everyone was very friendly, welcoming and curious how we had made it to the party. Good people, good conversation.
We also found out that the Rio was going to be a huge party the next week because the Formula One motorcar race was being held in town. This, of course, is a major sporting event attended by people from all over the world. Over the next week, we ran into a number of famous drivers and ...
... coffee and cream and then the coconut in chocolate. Everything was really good though. John's mom ended up getting a couple of truffles and a thing that looks like a giant s'more with caramel. Yum.
Literally stuffed full of chocolate we headed to Pioneer Square next to check out on of the few indoor National Parks. Klondike National Park told the story of the gold miners of the area. It was a cute and informative two level park. One part had a scale in ...