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Not a whole lot of sleep but we are up and about early enough. After an "American " breakfast in our motel we catch a free shuttle to the airport to catch the light rail to downtown Seattle. Paul departs after the first stop to catch the bus to Boeings Museum of Flight whilst Ro and I continue to meet up with Dustin Although concerned about Paul navigating on his own I am assured of his arrival after the text 'Heaven will be like this' ...
... it was a short 2 block walk to our hotel - The Roosevelt.
Our room is on the 20th floor, the highest in the hotel. We welcomed some great views of the city and waterfront.
After we settled in to our room we went out to explore some the city. The hotel is located on one of the main streets in the city so it was a short walk to lots of shops and cafes.
... 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 ...
... back to their house is setagaya, seijogakuen mae which is a beautiful neighborhood on the outskirts of shinjiku. We were a little tired, I won't lie. They had made up a beautiful room for us in their tatami room where we slept on futons on the bamboo woven floors. Well we need to sleep as we are feeling the affects of being up 24 hours so are off to bed, but have a 6:30 am wake up call planned for the morning since we are flying I their plane tomorrow morning over ...
... we drove into Sidney to catch our ferry to Anacortes, Washington. While waiting I grew more and more nervous about what I had heard referred to as the "yo-yo ferry," especially upon realizing I had left the dramamine at home. My tension mounted as the ferry pulled from the dock and I realized it was a three hour ride, a detail I'd forgotten since planning the trip, and Diane was nearing nap time (the train ride to Seattle was still to fresh in my ...