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Well, the trip is over. This last entry is private, only for me. Which is perhaps for the best because I am not all the sure anybody was really interested in my actual blog outside of my parents. But I wrote it more as a travel record for myself, and to try publishing the blog in book form. I don't know if I will do it again because it takes a LOT of time, and hotel Internet varies from building to building. Sometimes it took ages and ages ...
... amazing how many boats there are here, boat ownership is very high with 1 in 8 of the population owning a boat, mostly sailboats. Seattle is a very pretty city, with a lot of waterways. It gives the impression of being a fairly wealthy city, although in saying that the amount of homeless people around is incredible. Every single park bench had someone sleeping on it when we walked down to the markets for ...
Playing with this app to see if I will use it on my trip to Portugal. Anxious and somewhat paralyzed and am getting nothing productive done. Will sign off for now and go do some banking. Need to try adding a photo. I am told by the programmers that if I write a bit more text the photos I include will show up within the text, so I must try and see if that works. The garden I have planted has barely begun to grow and it ...
... driving even faster through congested areas. It was hair-raising, sometimes you just have to trust and believe. WE turned before Jorhat and headed out a 4 mile road toward the Brahmaputra River. WE passed more golden rice fields, little huts in the field, more smiling people. The land was very fertile as we reached the river basin. Our destination was Nimati Ghat, we got there soon after.
We asked directions, hopped on a ferry and then thankfully and quickly realized it was ...
... station we would need to transfer at to get where we needed to go and the crisis was averted. The Space Needle was our destination, as this is where the hop-on hop-off bus left from (our backstop way to see a city) and that was our first activity for the day. While we waited for the bus to arrive we chatted to another couple who were also waiting to catch the bus. She mentioned that they'd been up to the Space Needle restaurant for dinner last night and it hadn't ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking