Courtyard Tacoma Downtown
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... into the mountains. Then patches of snow started to appear - and the trip became a blur of green vegetation and the more frequent snow patches. As often happens on trips like this, you find yourself dozing off at times - and the only distraction seems to be when you're off to the Dining Car. Lunch came - and we spent this with an older couple, who seemed not too interested in chatting. He was hard of hearing and she was a low talker (any Seinfeld ...
... cruise. We seemed like old friends thanks to social networking.We were happy to meet his wife, Elaine too. I returned our life vests to our cabin and Larry proceeded to the Crow's Nest as the Oosterdam prepared to set sail.
We were soon joined by two other couples looking for a spot to sit and enjoy the view as we left the Seattle Harbor. After a bit of small talk we learned that we had more in common than just being on ...
... went against our better judgement and went to a cool sounding cheap café called The Five Points. It was a proper cool diner place and the music was like my playlist from 2002 so I was happy. The service was slow and rubbish and the food wasn’t anywhere near as cheap as the book had implied. I had some giant Cuban hogie which was alright but not amazing and Charlotte wasn’t happy with her burger. We had basically spent our food budget for the day on ...
... up and that this wouldn't be the best time for a visit with them, so I contacted Erin in Seattle to see if I could come straight there rather than waiting until my scheduled arrival on Friday. Being the dear that she is, she told me to come right up, and so here I am.
The little navigator lady in my car has been wrong before in her time estimates, and since I didn't want to hit Seattle right at rush hour, I pretty much drove straight from Bend, ...
... control! Most patients are in individual rooms - I was told this was due to infection control. It was nice for the patients but everyone was so spread out and it was hard for the nurses to keep an eye on their patients, especially those at risk of falling. The amount of technology was also an eye opener. There were computers everywhere and each nurse had their own cell phone so the mdt could just ring to get ...