Extended Stay America - Seattle - Federal Way
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... royalty as ;) the one and only Megan Rapinoe of the US Women's National Soccer team. Superstar and Olympic gold medallist from London.
I have only done the 'met / had pics with' outside a end-of-game setting (e.g where they're at their job - but then again thats actually only one or two, too!) two sports people ever, both within the last 4 months or so, but i have to say I have hit jackpot both times haha - ...
... we have this beautiful waterfront city , surrounded by wonderful mountains - home to Starbucks, Boeing and Microsoft in the richest nation on earth and yet there are 8000 homeless people in Seattle , 3000 of whom sleep on the streets and those that do get a space in a shelter are thrown out at 5am. It is the sheer numbers that is so shocking and though it is not as commonplace as in India it seems so much worse when it is ...
... for me. It was truly a fantastic day! Jim, Laur and the grand kids loved seeing the Honey Badger. We enjoyed our picnic area with get togethers outside several times with them, Shelby and Ed and my sisters. We explored the Seattle tourist spots with Chris and Larry, The Warf, lunch at Ivars, Pike Place Market, and ferry trip to Bainbridge Island. Shelby, Laurie, Abby and I had a shopping day and lunch together. It had been way too long since we had the girls together. ...
Monday, 29 July
Onward to the west coast to Seattle, Dash Point State Park to be more precise, to visit the Pacific Ocean once again. Arrived at lunch time and set up camp. Went to Walmart to buy some grub and then headed on down to the beach. Hmmm, the beach isn't the best, but there were plenty of locals there, holiday season here. Plenty of green weed on the beach, and dollar shells in the sand. Homes built right on the ...
A few of us went out again the following night. With it being Sunday it was a much tamer affair, but great company nonetheless. From left to right in the photo we have Venezuelan Manny; he never stopped smiling or laughing the entire time I knew him, Irish Denis; he was about to embark on a three thousand mile CYCLE ride across to Boston – hardcore, American Darren; he had an uncanny resemblance to Jack Black, and Welsh Trystan; ...