Days Inn Seattle South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the lake. 5.75. We get to the trail that heads down and see on the sign the words "trailhead 3.4". Ahh lovely, 3.4 miles all the way back. At this point we were running out of water and quickly the energy to continue. Luckily this was another beautiful hike and all downhill from here. That downhill came back to bike our feet though, as going downhill really tears up your feet. 3.4 miles later, some very sore toes, and blisters later we had made it back. I have never been so ...
... we were glad we had not chosen the 7 day trip that many people take.
-The weather cooperated for the entire trip except for the brief showers encountered at Machu Picchu and during the one excursion in the Galápagos.
-Other than the brief scare at the beginning of the trip with Gerry's incidence with a kidney stone health was not an issue on the trip. We drank bottled water and avoided street food, but ate everything else ...
... Especially the Rockies. It's the place I've been hoping to go for a very long time. I really can't wait to see that view in the picture that is the cover picture for this blog and the background on my phone. Cue squeaky excited noise.
On Sunday, Carl, Heather and I went for a hike up Mount Rainier. It. Was. Awesome. I've never been up a mountain so huge that it's big enough to have meadows on the side. It was mahoosive. It's a really cool mountain and if ...
... there were lots of tourist having their photos taken outside, but still very cool to see. We also popped into Ye Olde Curiosity Shop - where Severin and Jim were overly curious about the girls really short shorts in there so had to go back in for a second viewing!
As it was a gorgeous day we decided to have a fish and chip lunch at the waterfront, followed by a beer at The Pike Pub before strolling through the market itself. What an amazing ...
... Seattle also had huge influences on the great Jazz artists Ray Charles & Quincy Jones. The museum has plenty of interactive activities, the best of which was the "On Stage," experience. In this room you were given the opportunity to play musical instruments in soundproof booths while being instructed through a touch screen. The museum also houses the "Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame." Movies such as Star Wars, Blade Runner, Terminator and The Matrix all had featured ...