La Quinta Inn Everett
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... amp; Pasta. The girl at the check-in counter at the hotel recommended this and it was great. We ordered the Fettucine Alfredo, Penne Chicken and Broccoli, both these came with soup and salad. It was at our room in less than half an hour and delivery was only 99c. Pasta, garlic bread were hot and tasty and the salad was crisp and cold. What more could you ask for? Next time in Seattle, we're ordering from them again.
... the vendors and fish mongers are just setting up for the day. It was a completely different energy, and so fun to be able to wander without the noise and hustle of the tourists.
Then back to the hotel, catch the shuttle to the ship, and All Aboard! Lunch in the MDR, nice and quiet and relaxed. A quick mandatory safety muster drill, and we off. North to Alaska...sing it Johnny Horton, sing it.
The Soos Creek Trail was a lovely walk with an amazing view of Mt Rainier peaking through the trees, and we walked about 4km, before we turned around and retraced our steps to the car.
Both Kim and Mitch and their spouses came around for tea. Dave fired up the BBQ and we sat around outside with Bella providing the entertainment, whilst looking the photos I'd taken of the family and the house when I was last here 16 years ago. Ah, we were all so young ...
... and we got a bite to eat at the food stalls as breakfast was a little minimalist. We sat at the big communal table after being invited by some people who saw us looking for a place to sit. Very thoughtful. All the hippies and all the students in Eugene make for a great creative environment with fantastic crafts and personalities. Even Angus trying to work out what to do with the rubbish got into a discussion ...
... Starbucks is. The line for Starbucks was gigantic and the market was full of people throwing around fresh fish, flowers and wasps.
We came across a famous wall that we had no idea about, The Gum Wall, it is an alley which is covered in bubble gum, people just walk up and stick their gum to it. It smells nice but I wouldn't lean against it for a photo if I was you.
That night we caught the train back to Seatac for dinner, we decided to treat ourselves and go out for ...