La Quinta Inn Everett
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be wondering why it's taken me so long to post a blog. It's partly because there is lots to do in Vienna and there hasn't been much time. And partly because I've gone to bed really early a couple of nights. But mostly it's because Travelpod doesn't work correctly on my computer for some reason, so I have to upload pictures one by one. And that takes forever. But for the rest I should be able to use my Mom's netbook for uploading, so the blogs should come much quicker now!
... close to the Falls but I posted a picture of it.
The day was quickly passing so we made two quick stops at Reflection Lake and Narada Falls (188 ft high). These falls were worth a stop, and only a short walk from the parking lot. A very late lunch at Red Robin, with everyone tired, hungry, slightly sunburned, and ready to be out of the car. Slow, easy night, relaxing, uploading photoes, and laundry.
Our quick weekend here is over. Tomorrow we fly to Anchorage!
... as people are wary of coming. They should NOT be.
Food was excellent and better than I expected. A lot of vegetables (especially eggplant) but plenty of meat choices (except pork because it is a Muslim country). Fresh fish is readily available; we even had salmon that was as good as we get in Seattle. The country has a very healthy Mediterranean style diet.
Although considered a Muslim country, it is certainly a liberal one. ...
... They are bumping up the production of x model planes from x per month to x per month. I blocked that last part for each model from my memory. SLOW DOWN. JUST DO IT PROPERLY. NOT QUICKLY. OK!?!?
The Boeing factory at Everett is not amazingly tall, but very large (well, planes fit inside. And allegedly so would some incredible number of Eiffel Towers. And football fields). It’s actually the largest building in the world by capacity. Due to the ...
On my way out of town Michelle had arranged for an alternative tour of the Boeing factory. No photos allowed, so this entry is really just one for the nerds, because the Boeing factory is apparently the largest building in the world by volume.
Below are some of the stats:
*It covers an area of almost 40 Hectares. To put this into perspective, the turf of the MCG is only 2 hectares...
*If you ...