DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport - Southcenter
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... on one side you have the forest and mountains then it has hundreds
of trees lying on the beach which have turned into drift wood. The multiple
rock formations, some creating small islands, add even more to this area of raw
beauty. No commercialisation in anyway! We sat on the beach and watched the sun
set. The best day on the trip so far! We stayed in Forks, which is where the Twilight
... see, but instead would grow envious as I noticed them on Facebook. I feared not making friends here and the discomfort of living in someone else' home.
However as the day grew closer I became more and more excited. I got to Skype with Henriette a week prior to my departure, and the ease at which I can talk to her tempered a lot of my nerves. Then, slowly I began having to say goodbye to my communities. First several friends headed home ...
... we got trash talked to by a family of 5 including the dad and the caretaker of the trashy accommodation we stayed at walked in on us without even knocking! Lucky for me, Tom was in bed and I was in the bathroom. Seattle would be a great place to live if only it were full of Aussies. Since my last blog we went to see Shrek the musical in Stanley Park under the stars, it was fantastic and they were clearly professional singers. OMG (oh my god, for auntie ...
... cozy home settled my nervous system after a rough divorce, and fortified me for the next big step. And they graciously offered their guest room for 3 more months. I have been enjoying our new friendship, and I am so grateful for the home base which has served to nurture me in multiple ways. I love cooking for and with them, and my confidence in the kitchen has grown, so if I take a position in Europe which ...
... for me and although Kimberley realised she very much did not like being in the gondola, she managed to relax enough by the third time round to enjoy the view. We spent the afternoon losing ourselves in the exciting Pike Place Market; it wasn't even peak season for the marketplace and there were still more flowers and grocery vendors than I had ever seen in one place. The multi-story market offers many quirky stores and fresh food- the smells of fish, food and ...