Courtyard Seattle Kirkland
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My journey forward into the 2014-15 school year and working again to empower kids to help medically-fragile kids begins here in my Kirkland WA office of Sparrow Clubs. My personal goal is to facilitate 15 new Sparrow Projects in the Puget Sound region this year.
Each project is 'plug and play' and similar in that there are three primary components of each Sparrow Project:
... the other way, we would have found closed roads and nervousness from the volcano.
- The drive across Denmark day. We got lucky when we met a very friendly bus driver, but the port at Hirtshals is not really set up for non-driving ferry passengers.
- Selecting the Reykjavik hotel. Fortunately, we ...
We headed into downtown Seattle, hoping the fog would lift early so that our trip to the top of the Seattle Space Needle would provide awesome views - and we weren't disappointed! Not only did we have all the wonderful views of sites that are normall seen from the top of the Space Needle, but we also saw the Pride Parade, with its rainbow of rainbows, colors, and flamboyantly-dressed people. it really was fun!
After the Space ...
... Park. Afterwards in the walk back through town we got chocolate croissant and brioche from a French bakery.
Then we returned to the room at the Roosevelt. The plan was to go out to the Space Needle and the surrounding attractions and take the monorail there. However it had started raining once we got to the monorail. The Space Needle was pretty neat but decided due to the rain we would give it a miss. We had a quick look at the Chihuly ...
... of going to Mexico, France or England but had not finalised our next destination after the States. A failed interview with a muscly stout man at the customs desk had me sent promptly to the head customs desk which stood behind a large opaque glass screen. My response of "oh really," didn't seem to carry the significance required when I was informed that I may be sent back to Japan, as the lady officer found the need to clarify that this was a ...