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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... I got to learn a fair bit of local history which is kind of the point of visiting all these places. Then I bumped into Trevor who I had met at the hostel and we meandered around the market for a while and had some lunch. Which wasn't good (the food, not the company). It's around about the time you're throwing up dodgy Mexican food in a hostel half way across the earth that you wonder what the hell you're doing with your life. Then you spend the afternoon feeling sorry for ...
... of good pictures.
We headed to our hotel. I used points for a night at the TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Mukilteo, WA. It turned out to be a great choice. It was located right next to the large Boeing manufacturer site for their jets. The Museum and Visitor Center were right around the corner. Next trip I plan to go on the tour. We were off to bed soon after we got there. It had been a long ...
... morning before we head to the game. I have a feeling I will sore in different places tomorrow!
Distance traveled: 1271 miles
Stadiums visited: 0
Sight of the Day: The Cascade Mountains on the far side of the Yakima Valley (as my trip odometer reached 1000 miles)
Quote of the Day: "My cheeks warm" - Beatrice Pryor, Divergent This quote, or some version of it, was used 8,362 times in the book. That girl blushes an awful lot.
... landscape views of the city that seems huge. The streets seem to be all 6 lanes or more wide and it is quite scary crossing the roads here. The best thing of is that the location of our hotel is just perfect. We are just ...
... into the Bay and later heard the sound of the ice cracking. The Lamplugh Glacier had a cave in the middle of the Glacier face, from which the waters from underneath the glacier flowed, it carried a lot of silt which discoloured the otherwise clear waters.
It was phenomenal, to listen to the noise of the ice breaking away from the glaciers and falling into the sea, we tried very hard to capture this on camera but by the time you heard the noise of the ice breaking away it ...