Econo Lodge SeaTac Airport
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... Mt. Rainier some 90+ miles and Mt. Baker about 100 miles away! Also, saw a seaplane landing in Lake Washington. We were surprised how it was flying through the buildings of Seattle to reach Lake Washington.
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... and the food was good considering that space and facilities to prepare was limited. At one stage of the journey in the mountains we got buzzed by a fighter jet , it must have been low as was very loud on the train. The states we travelled through were California , Oregon and then Washington state. Some of the cities along the way was Davis , Sacramento , Mt Shasta ( this was near a snow covered peak )Redding ( saw a ...
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promise of a pit stop in Utah, and then Seb and I moved our belongings from the
Green Tortoise to the Moore Hotel, our saviour from the accommodation crisis.
We checked in and were pleasantly surprised with how nice the rooms were:
spacious, clean and with the comfiest bed we’d felt since our own.
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