Econo Lodge SeaTac Airport
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In the morning we left around 10:00. My mom took us to the airport.when we got off the plane we had to wait approximately 10 minutes for our shuttle to take us to the Warwick hotel. We arrived at the hotel dropped our bags off at our room and went down to the meeting room. We had some snack and did introductions. Then later the food was brought out …
... and today it's packed. Many of the people are queueing outside the original Starbucks shop to get a coffee. Of course from it's humble beginnings here it has grown from being a little coffee shop in the 1970's to a massive worldwide coffee corporation. The American dream, for some. I still prefer tea! We spend a while down on the waterfront, probably the nicest part of Seattle. It's undergoing renovations, so many of the old wooden ...
... headed back to the hotel for another choice. Sure enough, down the road just a little bit more was another Thai place, looked good so we headed over. When we got to the second place we noticed a small sign on the door - "closed for vacation July 1-7". Looks like collusion to me. So we gave up and headed back to the food court at the Armory. We were tired of trying to find a restaurant. Maybe we'll have better luck tomorrow.
... I couldn't get any pictures of the impressive production floor or tunnels beneath the building. All photos attached will just be of the outdoor areas and the museum. Feeling aggrieved I walked into the huge theater for the intro video. It was actually pretty cool to see how Boeing pioneered not only air travel but most of the engineering aspects we see in planes today. They really play up how planes and air travel connect the world in many different ways. It was also ...
towards the sunset at sunrise we were on our way to Washington State. We had stayed at Ellensburg RV Park
overnight, a quaint little stop in a very rural setting. There is no laundry and for a single
overnight stop you are only allowed water and electric.
We had a fair drive in front of us, we had made arrangements to meet Glestelle and Tom in Seattle. They were flying in from Pennsylvania and were ...