Rodeway Inn North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of Sea Otters and I was able to get so e photos of one of the little monkeys. The captain took us into the Marina where we saw a large number of Sea Lions, we got up real close to these animals. We went past the area where the Bald Eagles nest but didn't see any. We arrived back at the Marina around 11am. We walked to the Visitors Centre and around town for a little bit but John did not want to go into the museums, I did get a photo of the Holy Resurrection ...
... decided to try a vegan place up by the university called The Wayward Vegan Cafe. In the gray, drizzly weather, we chose to drink some chai lattes and read our books in the phenomenal Elliot Bay Book Store. Later that afternoon, Matt and Leah took us over to West Seattle where we browsed some more used book stores and ate dinner at the Seattle Seafood Company. We ate amazing clam chowder and fish tacos! After dinner, we decided ...
... hall with ceilings that must had been three stories tall plus the student union building that had a food court that would put any Australian shopping centre to shame. We wandered through the Universities library which had three floors and was big enough that it required signs for assistance if you got lost. We both relived our study years when we snuck into a lecture on Greek architecture in a lecture hall that was big enough to house an army. I fell asleep within the first ...
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 ...
Up early we were catching the Boltbus to Seattle. On arrival in the city, we made our way out to an apartment at Lakeview where we would be staying, complimentary of Matt who we had met in Nicaragua. The only weird thing is that he wasn't there, he was in Nepal, but his other 2 flat mates who we had never met were. They kindly left a key for us so we dropped our bags and headed out to the Seattle Centre.
We passed ...