Embassy Suites Seattle-Bellevue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... was This America Life - The Super...favorite story (act) involved a snowman that could bench press 100 lbs.
We stopped at Burgerville in Albany,OR (our favorite fast food place in OR) and were all annoyed that Bill ordered fries to share without salt.
We all enjoyed asking Ben many times if he had both shoes...on our last road trip he arrived at our destination with only 1 ...
... it was worth it tho the view of the mountains from up here is breathtaking, it takes 47 minutes for the restaurant to fully rotate and if you buy a ticket to go to the observation you get a free appetiser and wine or beer each. We both had mushroom soup and roast chicken the chicken was pretty interesting but the soup was delicious we even shared a cheesecake for desert it was one of the most beautiful places I have ever eaten so defiantly would ...
... is extremely comfortable and the internet has proven to be quite speedy – stay tuned on that.
We met Alan onboard and one of the Crow Nest musicians, Debbie Bacon. We just love her music, as she has entertained us before.
59 years ago I stood on deck of the USS Mt Olympus moored at Navy Pier 91 as we prepared to set sail to ...
... travelling in a coach is comfort. While I was in the store Tony took a nap and was refreshed for our next push to our campsite. Before I woke him up to drive on I prepped dinner so we could cook as soon as we arrived. I cut up the chicken and put it in a marinade made before we left Seattle so it could soak up a lot of goodness along the bouncy, curvy roads ahead.
We left Lepp Farm and headed ...
... around most of the buildings where you would commonly see people having to climb fifteen foot ladders to cross a road. Ladies in those huge vintage hooped dresses would struggle to climb the ladders as men would gaze up their knickers from the street below. The moat like space eventually had a footpath built across its top leaving many underground passage ways. These were lit by the sunlight as it shone through small glass tiles built into the footpath to provide light below. We ...