Days Inn Seattle Everett
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... lunch date with Heather in Seattle, and after filling up on tasty Hawaiian fare at O'hanas we made one last pit stop: Boeing in Everette of course! Part of every trip through Washington is seeing Boeing planes sitting undelivered (due to test flights or rework) and then continuing on our way! The rest of our trip was uneventful and the border crossing went fine as ...
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... again, as we did in San Francisco, as we intend to see most of the sights around Seattle in our few days here – using the first tickets at the Museum of Flight. So we head in, and it’s huge! There are life size models of the planes, helicopters, plus space modules, engine cross sections, plus some cockpits you can even sit in. We spend awhile here before going over to a children’s ...
Entering the 21st century, leapt into the Chinese luxury brands, fashion aesthetic is changing, Montagut hold comfortable real wear is not the mainstream, but when 10 years past, fashion industry make a scraping again, we look again at this famous French flower, again found it easy and tastes.
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... those this true works of art. DO NOT GET ME WRONG!! I know that working with glass heated up to an extreme temperature and molded into different shapes and sizes in incredible. But, its not Monet. I remember my dad practically running through the exhibition looking at various exhibits saying, "Well that's interesting," or "Hmmm... I could do that," or "What is that supposed to be?" and finally, "Well, I learned ...