Courtyard Tacoma Downtown
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... the sun came up, everyone from my dorm left for the day so I used this time to sleep. A few hours later I woke up and walked to a nearby grocery store where the only medicine they had for me was some herbal remedy. It really did nothing. So I went back to the hostel where I spent the rest of the day watching orange is the new black, I actually managed to watch both series in under a week! Again, that night I didn't sleep very well so most of the night ...
Haw or you gowing at school my friends in Cowaramup.
Today I am going to school that my brothers wife Piper went to while Daddy plays golf with my brother Vaughan.
The kids museum is on the plan today as well
Love from Phoebe.
Entry continued by Dad:
Today we went to the Tacoma Zoo awesome
Watched a zoo animal show
Had fish and chips for tea at a nice restaurant.
Very tired now.
... poverty, often rather close together. This town is a major center for international business but also has some of the very worst and dangerous slum neighborhoods on the planet.
The party we were invited to was starting at 10, we decided to find a churrascaria restaurant, a famous Brazilian barbeque style of cooking I had read about. We walked a few blocks and quickly got lost, we were fortunate to find a local police station to ask for directions. We ducked in, I was ...
... the building the view was of downtown Seattle with a snow capped mountain in the back and the moon just above it. Then on the other side we had views of the bay with mountains off in the distance and the sun setting behind them. Definitely couldn't complain about the views at all and the sunset was very colourful so it was stunning. After the sunset a few of us went on the hunt for a cafe to grab a coffee and cake. We went from downtown Seattle to pioneer square on the bus but ...
... baseball in the batting cage and then a pub crawl around the local breweries (ending at the Kangaroo and Kiwi pub). The girls enjoyed a slightly less rowdy evening with a quiet dinner, some Christmas craft and then a trip to the Nutcracker Ballet. Both parties had a wonderful time with the girls waking on Sunday morning in a much better state than the boys.
Now to prepare for a trip to the Cabin and get ready for Santa!