Crossland Economy Studios - Tacoma - Puyallup
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... screen between you and the next person, in case Lar got bored of looking at me
*Remote controls for all of these things on one touch screen that you could hold in your lap
*A television with about 200 different TV and movie channels as well as music--for free
*Dinner that included four different entrée choices, salad, soup, fresh baked bread (warm), appetizers, more bread if you wanted it, then ...
... to the Klondike Museum & it was a beautiful little oasis in the hustle & bustle of the city, shady & serene, where we stopped for a break.
Then it was off to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, although its not actually a park, its a museum-type building. We learned such a lot, especially watching the film, which put everything into perspective as we were heading for Alaska ...
... Costco) and Carole made some delicious poached peaches. All perfect. Today we went with the Matthews into the city via the light rail and explored a bit, and of course went to the Pike Place Market, where we bought some berries for the pavlova Meg and I made for dessert tonight, when Pauline and Jack Reiter came. So we have had a lovely catch up with them. So busy but such fun. Tomorrow the Ring starts. Wow! It has had fantastic reviews, so we have great ...
... of time, the agent announced.
It didn’t take long for the ground crew to decide this flight would not be continuing. The agent came back on the PA at 4:40 to announce we would not be able to use this aircraft to continue the flight to Tokyo, so everyone should deplane now.
“We’ll continue the flight tomorrow at the 9:00 hour,” Jeff Andrews, the assistant general manager of United’s SEA station told us. ...
... the shops were very close to us. Puyallup has en English Shop on Meridian, which had all of the things that USA did not have that England did have like squash, scones, custard tarts, pickled onions, crumpets, crisps (chips) and tea bags. This really helped Claire adjust a bit and feel a bit more at home. The prices are ridiculous, but she would walk up here every few weeks to get a taste of home. The ...