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Today we went up north the Everett, WA the home of a large Boeing plant. We started with a tour and ended in the museum. The tour was very interesting, but no pictures, understandably so. There are three manufacturing lines all in the same monstrous building. It's so big; one could watch 70 NFL games at one time or about 300 NHL games, or about 800 NBA games. It has as many as 10 full size planes ...
... Tahoe, our bodies telling us to slow down or contracting whatever viruses were going around the states at the time. The first day we spent in a clinic getting Lu antibiotics and then Sam who started to get sick in Tahoe got sick again. Sam was down and out the first night. The other kids could not contain themselves with excitement and we had a great time catching up with Mary Page. Conversations covered the Morrills and Baltimore.
The next ...
... Needle and low and behold, the sky is clearing and there may just be some sun up there! Great views from the top, but that thing definitely moves ... this was confirmed for us by the elevator attendant ... an inch for every 10km of wind. We need our sea legs back!
Our next move was an unexpected added extra. The Tutankhamun exhibit was at the Seattle Science Center so we decided it was worth sacrificing a couple of hours ...
... 9:17 flight tonight, there’s only one elite MileagePlus member who hasn’t been given a free upgrade yet. I’m #3 on the NRSA list; so if these numbers hold, I could get First Class up to Anchorage. That would be a nice ending to a long and difficult day of transcontinental flying.
I exited the United Club and ate lunch at Laurelwood Brewing Co. – a simple meal of a hamburger with french fries. My first real food of the day. Then back to the ...
... so that’s what we did at the Pike Brewing Company. After about a pint each, we walked over to Yellow Leaf Bakery to grab some dessert for tonight.
Next, Alex led us to the Space Needle (see video), and then to the EMP where Alex and Angela are members so we all got in for free.
Highlights of the EMP included the history of Nirvana, AC/DC and Jimi Hendrix.
After we got our fill of music, we walked home for some sausages, beer ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking