Extended Stay America - Seattle - Everett - Silverlake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the trip, just so I could blog and stuff more easily. And it was definitely really nice going through security, not having to take it out of my backpack.
Getting on the plane was also the smoothest ever. I strategically planned my walk to the gate, stopping for a tuna bagel sandwich, and arriving after my group number had already been called. And United had different lanes for the different groups, so I was able to stroll right up and cut in front of the ...
... bought $40 cowboy boots for the stampede! Yeeehaaa! Haha. We met a French and Swedish girl which shared our room and we went out for sushi, cocktails and icecream for Stephs last night. Steph was struggling with the breakup with Matt so she decided home to Sydney would be a good place for her. We dropped her off at the International Airport and had an emotional goodbye to our travel buddy who I love and have made close friends with. Allana and I set off for ...
Travel day! Yay! We were up pretty late packing since this was far more complicated than previous trips. The weather in Vancouver was in the 70s and sunny but we were planning on hiking on a glacier after all, so all the winter goods had to find their way into bags as well. All in all we left almost on time after dropping off the last furball with the Hartleys.
... there except what can be accomplished that day (see sights, do laundry, get to next location).
And lest you get the idea that I've completely stopped coding, I haven't. I have been working on picking up Ruby and Python and test driven development (which isn't actually what I thought it was), and I have every intent on learning how to use git. Right now, though, it's back to packing.
... bar situated next to Seattle’s famous gum wall.
After a round of drinks and precariously balanced pizzas (on old tomato tins!) we head over to The Crocodile, “Seattle’s best live music venue”.The music tonight isn’t reaaaaaaaally my cup of tea (a local rap contest) but the bar itself is much beloved by music fans for its rich history, having hosted countless incredible bands such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam and R.E.M. as well ...