Courtyard By Marriott Seattle Federal Way
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Tuesday, 30 July
It is chilly here this morning and overcast. The cloud dissipates after lunch, then we have blue skies, sunshine and the weather warms up.
A lazy day today. Took a trip to Cosgo to buy a few items for Atlantic cruise. Took a walk to the beach in the afternoon, quite a few there.
BBQ dinner once again. We lashed out and had ...
... in the busy city and successfully navigated (with the help of Gary the Garmin) we got to the aitport and said a sad farewell to the car. From here we caught the light rail into town and managed to find our way to the hostel. Our arrival at 8pm to our sauna of a room....it was too bloody hot so we ventured out for a refreshing corona and some Mexican. We turned in about 11pm after another crazy busy and long day excited about what Seattle would ...
... on the mesa, river and pools probably 200 feet below. I needed to get in the water, it looked so beautiful.
We traversed down some steep trails, winded and sweaty on this day that was getting warmer. Todd and I dove in, the water was quite cool and refreshing. I swam over to a little waterfall, we rejoined our group and hit the trail back in the direction we had come. After another stop at the double decker bridge, I took a deep breath and walked past it. When you travel, you ...
... I thought that was kind of strange because our hotel was quite large and right in the center of town. Then I tried to describe where it was and they still had no clue. Then it dawned on me why they would be so clueless and I asked them "we ARE in Busan, right?" to which they replied no, we were in ULSAN! Oh no! "Busan" and "Ulsan" sounded the same on the announcement and the train station itself only had the words in Korean written ...
... map was the most unreliable piece of navigation equipment since my dad redefined the meaning of 'half a mile' to mean 'I really don't know how far away it is.' I think this map took the same approach. Having hiked up hill, and no where near enough down dale, we realised the map wasn't much use outside an certain area as it didn't bother with certain roads and played fast and loose with the nature of the ones it did show. Eventually after walking for about an hour, we asked ...
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