Embassy Suites Hotel Seattle - North / Lynnwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a little bowl of some sort of sauce. Harold liked his. Not my favorite, or 20th favorite. After lunch, we split up. Harold and Carl went to a history museum. CJ went for a beer (lots of beer flows out here). Jan, Chrif and I went to Chihuly Glass and Gardens at the foot of the Space Needle. It was absolutely spectacular. There were huge pieces of glass sculpture inside and out, ablaze in color. Just ...
... Julie’s immaculately prepared mash and veggies.
Tuesday was a big disappointment for both of us, as when we woke there was a deluge to greet us. We drove as far north as we could without needing our passports, and drove around Glacier National Park for a couple of hours. Unfortunately, we saw very little glacier or snow, but I can report that the lake was full. Tuesday night was a very cold evening in Sandpoint, Idaho. Not much to report there, apart ...
... people who started off doing
this as something fun to do after work, and now they’re superstars in their own
inimitable sport. It’s pretty inspiring, and when my damn ankle is better I vow
to fulfil the dream I failed to do two years ago and join Roller Derby.
Somewhere, someday, The derby world will know my name.
We watched two bouts, one with the home teams (for some
reason called Rat City) Roller Girls vs. Denver, and the other ...
... we thought a relaxing drive in the backroads of Western Washington.
We followed the GPS instructions and all was well, until I turned onto a road that, as we were turning, I noted a small sign that said road closed. YIKES! I was already committed and couldn't turn back in a signaled busy intersection. So go with the flow and ride the roller coaster.. We completed the turn and drove over the bridge down ...
... that before, so that was neat to see. I also saw tugboats pulling and steering one of the huge shipping barges in the bay, so that was cool too because they seem so tiny next to the giant ships.
After downtown we came home so Kirsty could go to her college's graduation and Jordan and I went shopping for stuff for their house. Owning and decorating a new house ...