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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and his wife Ellen. They have a beautiful home nestled on a cul de sac in Olympia. They pampered and treated us to a splendid stay! Rick grilled Red Salmon and Ellen prepared a delicious meal the night of our arrival. The next morning we all went to the Olympia Farmers market and then out to breakfast at a hip, local ...
... to be a big deal that I pack a billion clothes, but I'm just not that girl. I'll wear the same outfit every day if it means packing more pens and paintbrushes. Luckily, I'm wicked smart enough to know how to turn fewer clothes into more combinations. I got this. His backpack will have the entertainment for the plane ride and later act as our around-town pack (admittingly, probably as my art bag's mode of transportation ...
... when he was an exchange pilot with them. Anyway I could tell he flew A-7s, F-4s, and F-16s. I will have to talk with him about his career before we leave.
Weather permitting we will walk to the Sound in the morning before heading to the NP. Don assured us we would see some animals if we do. He also reminded us to be aware of the tide. We don't want to be caught on the wrong side of the estuary with the tide rising!
Wle started our morning slow. Breakfast at the hotel. It was the most chaotic hotel breakfast I have ever encountered. People all lined up even if they were waiting for one item and not seeming to understand to just go to the area if tge food p wanted and rude too. We headed off to gas works park. It is a great use of a space once used as the gas company . Lanton and I could have sat there and enjoyed ...
... to spend the night. We ended up in Spanaway, a small town east of Tacoma. We bought some ready to eat food and had a late supper. The lady at the deli counter said the Seattle-Tacoma section of the interstate is always busy, but the busiest she ever experienced was last weekend when Justin Bieber was giving a concert in Seattle.
Driven in: BC, Washington
Travelled today: 229 km
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