Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Southcenter
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... question. I doubt that Border Patrol has a Hindi speaker handy to interpret. We are so, so lucky to be native English speakers. Even in France, famous for being ultra-protective of its language and reluctant to accept words from other languages, there was plenty of English signage, and nearly everyone I asked spoke English well and was patient with my French. How do non-English-speaking visitors manage in the U.S.?
John was waiting for me with my water bottle, and ...
... were two other groups there at the same time; the green group had children aged 11-15, and the 3rd group were adults only. We were assured that our paths would never cross.
Dinner (as were most of the meals) were served buffet style. Tonight we had sliced turkey, mixed salad, squash, green beans and a brownie dessert. Not a bad start.
It was fairly early to bed as we had had a long day and we leave early in the morning for our first tour.
... miss. Probably a good thing considering she was going to attempt to eat the doughnut (the size of 6 normal doughnuts) in 80seconds. This way I didn't have to worry about her complaining of a guts ache!
The bus left from downtown at 12.30pm. The drive took about 3 hours and 15 minutes. We were dropped off just out of downtown Seattle at a bus/train station. The station was not ...
... in front of me and which way to go, so I tried picking up the pace to catch someone, then I thought I'll see how long I can keep this pace up and I kept going for about 10 miles at an 8 minute mile before finally I got a bit tired and had to slow down. I still finished doing my goal of not stopping, so I think that was good. My final time was 2:14:20. I know it is not fast, but this is ...
So, where am I going you ask? Here is a list of locations I intend to visit and the rough order that I plan to visit them in:
Las Vegas - Sounds strange to start off a Buddhist pilgrimage in Sin City, but it's actually the ideal jumping-off point as I will explain in a future post.
Albuquerque - Dad and Stepmom
Charleston, SC - Mom and Sister
Asheville, NC - Friends ...