Crossland Economy Studios - Tacoma - Puyallup
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... states cause they are just so cheap to me despite in some states the tax could go high. The tax in Washington state is about 9.5%, which is alright to me. Well...what can I say? After spending some time in the UK and other countries in Europe, they are nothing to me now. :$ First stop we came to "Pike Place Chowder". This seems to be a famous one cause the queue was never shorten. Normally when I'm traveling, I don't like to spend my precious time on finding famous restaurants ...
... revealed that they were caves formed by lava from a volcanic eruption.
The eruption that formed the caves occurred 1,500 to 2,000 years ago....the most recent eruption of Mt Saint Helens was in 1980.
We hired a lantern as a light source for the cave. The underground hike is about 2 miles long and is in pitch darkness. The ceilings are 20m high in places and never less than 5m elsewhere whilst the cave width is a consistent 15m. The ...
... it was a short 2 block walk to our hotel - The Roosevelt.
Our room is on the 20th floor, the highest in the hotel. We welcomed some great views of the city and waterfront.
After we settled in to our room we went out to explore some the city. The hotel is located on one of the main streets in the city so it was a short walk to lots of shops and cafes.
... other minor sites.
Lumbini (in Nepal) - Buddha's birthplace. More ngondro and exploration.
Bodhgaya - Buddha's enlightenment. Ngondro and participation in Kagyu Monlam presided by H.H. 17th Karmapa.
Sanchi (in Madhya Pradesh) and a couple of caves (Ellora and Ajanta).
Bangkok - I hear it's a bit touristy, so I don't know how long I'll stay. Might buy a laptop ...
... which had acts from the various shows we will enjoy throughout the coming week. There is no shortage of talent on board the NCL Jewel. By this time we were exhausted after a busy day of travelling and shuffling all over the place. We decided to head back to our stateroom to relax and turn in for the night. We didn't even set an alarm, which was the first time since leaving home two weeks ago. Stay tuned for tomorrow's post as our adventure ...