Extended Stay America - Seattle - Everett - Silverlake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the guard thought it odd when I asked him to stamp our passports. Do they really not do this anymore?
Even though Shanna swore she didn't want to see one more calorie after the smorgasbord in Seattle good ramen MUST be consumed so we tried out Santouka. We've gone to Kintaro a few times, but they always have an attitude and gave us a hard time about sharing a bowl ...
... fund this important research, my personal goal is to finish in the top 10 of my age class. I am preparing myself by stairclimbing in Olympia's tallest accessible stairway. The evergreen Plaza building has 9 floors and I have "fairly" easily done up to 10 up and down repititions at a session. It appears that I should be able to finish in 15-20 minutes.
I will do my part. ...
... there are some models for the kids to play with and also sit in. Over to the space section, and we can walk into a replica of a module in the International Space Station, look at life size replicas of a moon buggy and space capsules. This place is great!
We are getting hungry, so we grab something to eat before seeing that there are more sections of the museum to go to, including an outdoor exhibit. ...
... to fashion as their ultimate goal to apply, but the voyage through the Grand Canyon Road. Don't see too many decorations in this series, locomotives of the containing element in the most practical way from the bright colors represent part of the Grand Canyon, and classic match with moderate contour outline the image of comfort. The series born to risk, but also has a firm in the city wear.
... Glass is art."
After our artistic venture and ride to the apex of the Space Needle, the 10 of us began to move south. Our family operates on the "we will make hotel reservations when we get tired" kind of travel. That may work every other time of the year. But trying to find a hotel in Oregon that night liked to have killed us. My dad, uncle, and Papa went into 2 different hotels and both were full up. I began ...