EXTENDED STAY AMERICA TACOMA FIFE
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... She opened the briefing by telling the kids ( 8 girls and 10 boys aged 8-10) that because she was a school teacher she "knew all the tricks" which got a chuckle from the grandparents. Rules for the week included sitting with your grandparent(s) at meals and on the bus. Also no I pods, I pads, or electronic gadgets were allowed when on the tours! We immediately liked her. Our group was the "orange" group and we were to travel together for the week as a ...
... returned our car and GyPSy, and went to check in. This was a somewhat hilarious process that did not suggest that there was any hint of 'RyanAir-isation' of the Canadian airlines. It took us an hour to checkin and pay for our baggage (which they wouldn't let us do online!) And we were second in the queue in a mostly deserted airport for most of the time! Luckily we had allowed plenty of time to spare.
We headed into US Customs, which you unusually ...
... in a city called Tacoma which is just south of Seattle so we have booked that for the next two nights. On day 24 we drove the remaining 250 miles to Tacoma. The house we are staying in is lovely and owned by a couple called Josie and Bill. Funnily enough Josie worked in England years ago and had been to Croydon many times to go to the Home Office as well as Greenwich to see the ...
Just checked into the British Lounge, got us both a Glenlivit, and sitting waiting for the excitement to begin. It's unusually warm in Seattle today, so it's hard to leave it behind during the best month of the year. Jeremy instigated our first argument of the trip by "forgetting" his ID and credit cards at home before "finding" them in his ...
... road, in Seattle, in the rain and ask questions about the car AND pretend to know what the answers mean while trying to judge if this guy is trying to burn you.
Luckily I'm a great driver and an even better judge of character so no problem, just a little back sweat. Then after a brief discussion with Jessica, a quick name scribble and $1200US birthing fee, BOOM, we had a child!
A beautiful, white, 4.3L, 1991, Astro van child!