Courtyard Tacoma Downtown
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... we left, he was very nice about it. When I handed the keys back the meek reception bloke very wryly told me the police had called about coming to see them about the robbery. I apologised and left quickly.
Our new travel time on the bus was 11:30, we arrived an hour and a half in advance and waited around. I got chatting to a lady from Brighton in the park who had a dog she had called Mr Bouncy or something, she kept telling me to grab it by its bottom and ...
... surprise she replied immediately and even invited herself along...commence tac wack.
After getting a new guitar, hanging out at some mall and getting Chipotle for lunch (still have the blood stains in my undies) we decided to find a rad spot on the beach to get hammered listen to music and hopefully **** until there was no fluid left in my body. After driving to 3 different beaches and finding them all full of people we decided **** it and opened the bottle of ...
... off with a BANG. A couple of those down for me and my lips already tingling. When we arrived to Inn at Queen Ann we get our bags in the room and waste no time. We get ready and start our night on the town, we went to the wonderful Brazilian Restaurant where they come around with the meat on a stick fresh off the grill for you. It was really expensive so we decided we shall move to somewhere cheaper for a full meal. As we walked ...
... Seattle did not impress me with the social atmosphere. It turned out positive because I realized all the wonderful people I do have in my life, and how lucky I am. That is the best thing that came out of that pain, is knowing and greatly appreciating the amazing people that are in my life, and the old friends that are still there too, despite little communication.
I love Seattle. I love the people I met, those I will ...
... trying to get my camera fixed and going to the market. We saw the first Starbucks ever and walked around the market. Later, we ate out with the group, Mexican. 10$ gave you a gigantic portion of which I could only eat half of. Also, they served the best orange juice. Some chose to go out, but me, Sian, Claire and Jess chose to go back to the hotel, and I chose to spend the night with my earphones. Again, they sounded ...