Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Sea-Tac
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... shop a guy stopped us & said his family were from Peterborough UK.. so the 7 degrees of separation exist. Went on to tell him our daughter was born in Peterborough.His parents met in Alconbury just down the rd from RAF Wittering where Nick was based.
Back on the rd,time ticking - sharp bends swirly bends, dips rough edges,stomachs hanging on, still more left's & right's sharp turns,clock watching and finally 40 miles into the forestry we are at Windy Ridge, ...
... painted Ferrari red, with tan leather interior, and even the classic matching tan leather luggage.
When we finished with the car museum, I had checked online and found that there was a Museum of Glass about three quarters of a mile away downtown. Since we were already parked at the car museum, rather than risk the downtown parking situation at the Museum of Glass, we just walked. The steps would do us good.
The Museum ...
... ANY personal belongings on the tour (including cameras, bags, purses, phones, etc) - we arranged a locker to hold things until our return. In the Theatre we met our Guide, Zak, and saw a short film about how commercial airliners had changed travel since the end of the 18th Century. We were them loaded on a bus and driven across to the Plant for the start of our tour. There are any number of facts you can find on the web about the Boeing Factory (Here are some: ...
... question. I doubt that Border Patrol has a Hindi speaker handy to interpret. We are so, so lucky to be native English speakers. Even in France, famous for being ultra-protective of its language and reluctant to accept words from other languages, there was plenty of English signage, and nearly everyone I asked spoke English well and was patient with my French. How do non-English-speaking visitors manage in the U.S.?
John was waiting for me with my water bottle, and ...
... what a market it was, everything. I heard some nice music coming from across the road, I saw a queue of people and there was Starbucks, not any Starbucks, but the first and original one, it was packed and the queue was 100 people, but outside on the footpath was a hillbilly band, and they were fantastic, a girl on the fiddle, man on Banjo, and a man on String Bass, and they pumped out some great music. A really good and very ...