Days Inn Kent - Meeker St.
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... 8220;There’s a whole pizza in here, man!” “Yes there is.” Much
smiling and professing of thanks occurred. I asked what the free pizza and
turban tying was in honour of, and they replied that they were just raising
awareness of the Sikh Society, and also doing a small memorial for the
Wisconsin shooting that had happened two years before. Then my pizza box was
loaded up with the sweet dessert balls, at least 10 of them, each ...
... In reality, once we put the KOA into Garmin at North Bend we only took 18 minutes or more than the original ETA so that isn't bad considering the traffic.
We crossed from Idaho into Washington to see Clarkston after touring Lewiston and then back into Idaho to climb out of the river valley and what a climb it was. There was an alternate route up - the Old Spiral Highway - but we chose the newer ...
... We planned to go to the EMP Museum, a museum all about the rich music history of Seattle.
The building itself was pretty impressive with a metal wall that changed colour from a dark purple to metallic silver across the walls. It didn’t look overly big from the outside but actually took lie 3 hours to get round. Seeing some of the first guitars, which were invented in Seattle, Kurt Cobain and Jimmy Hendrix’s Guitars and the history of Nirvana and ...
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... It’s supposed to simulate you and some friends performing to a massive live audience, though when we ask about it, apparently it will be very very loud. We know the kids won’t like that (especially George who has now woken up), but they say they can skip that and we can just get a family photo, which we do.
Back downstairs and we suddenly realise it is well past lunchtime. We head to the café, but ...