Rodeway Inn North
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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 ...
Ellen & Roger arrived on the 2nd, and took a side trip up to Vancouver. Chuck and I arrived very, very late on the 3rd. Mike & Sherry arrived yesterday afternoon so this is the first official day of vacation together.
Still getting acclimated to the time change, we were up and out early. Our plan was to do the Ride the Ducks city tour first, but it was full until early afternoon so ...
... we had not re fuelled the car. Sugar!!! Luckily the garage would sell us fuel at a reasonable cost rather than the $10 bucks a gallon the hire company charges. On Thursday we did the Space Needle (Look it up) then walked to Pike Street Market. After that, I had a thirst to quench so we dropped into the Pike Street Brewery (a pub) where a couple of pints if one of the local brews called "kilt lifter" did the trick. And don't bother with any ...
Going to the Big Apple to see Evan play his bowed piano. It's a very long way to fly but since it is the only chance we are going to get to see him play this thing ever, here we are flying for hours and hours. I hope we get to spend some time with Evan. Who knows what his plans are or the school's plans are. I guess we will find out soon enough because this really long flight is about to end. My butt hurts and I am getting ...
... artist states that he wants people to be overwhelmed with light and colour in a way they have never experienced before. Well, we most certainly were! He aims for his glass pieces to look as though they could have grown naturally and the overall impact achieved just that. It was amazing that there were no barriers or guard rails around the exhibits - how easy it would have been for someone - especially a child - to stumble and fall into ...