Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Southcenter
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... experience after our Chicago back on 29th. All rather civilised really.
We decided to walk the 6 blocks from the coach station and were not particularly thrilled with Emma complaining about walking when we adults were dragging all the bags! We made it and are experiencing our first 'motel'. The Kings Inn is in a good location, fair price and has 2 bedrooms which ...
... walk was a lot better and the space needle was great. The area surrounding had a great domed water fountain which provided great entertainment on both visits. Also popped by Bill and Melinda gates institute. Overall glad i visited so i now know what it's all about, the space needle area was very good indeed and a definite highlight but not worth a deliberate or lengthy stay - not really impressed and glad to leave if Im honest. Definitley the HQ of grunge ( and urine ...
... 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 ...
We finally (about 2 hours later than we had originally anticipated) arrived at our location - the upstairs flat of a school friend of mine - so many thanks to James D for the loan of his place for the duration of our stay in Seattle!
We frequented the local pub/bar and shared a salad whilst we caught up with James and his wife Desiree for a bit.
2nd July. 490miles, Missoula to Seattle. Started early. On the road at 6.30am. Cold. Had to stop and put more gear on. Pushed hard to get across the desert, and then the Columbia valley. Cool huge crop paddocks, labelled so tourists can see what being grown. Came upon the Columbia river. Now that's a river! Suffice to say today was about getting there, and we did. Started ...