Extended Stay America - Seattle - Lynnwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Saturday was another long day of driving to Washington. We stopped just across the Oregon state line at a rest stop to have a picnic. They had a very small dog area. So we pulled a blanket out of the car and sat under a tree. The weather was so nice and Maggie enjoyed the driving break.
Our first full day in Seattle was Sunday. We headed …
... with a sensible rest time (honest). On the way back to the motel, we dropped in at Target to return the TomTom sat nav purchased in Chicago and exchange for a Garmin. At this point, we should say our 2 experiences with Target in the US have been excellent. Also called in at Macy's to buy luggage as one of our bags packed it in yesterday and the other is not far behind. Love Macy's!
Happy to confirm our gear fits into our new bags. We ...
... actual blockage. Had the option to turn left or right. Farms both ways. It looked like there might be a better chance turning right. We got lucky, driving about 2 miles down and found a narrow turnaround area near a barn. Thankfully CharLi has a sharp turning radius and we made it back out. We did have to drive an extra 20 miles out of our way up to Monroe then back down and over to Lynnwood.
... houseboat that we had been looking for. We had watched the movie prior to our holiday, so we knew what we were looking for. It didn't disappoint. After we safely returned our little boat, we then walked and walk until we found a street car (similar to our trams) and then headed to Pike Place Market. Boy this place is huge and a rabbit warren. Lots of fresh seafood on offer here, this is also the place where the fishmongers throw the fish each time ...
... a small bottle of water, wine with the meal and then tea to finish up with the apple cake - very civilised indeed.
It was 10 degrees C in London when we took off and 10pm at night so it appears we'll have some warmer weather than we've been getting in Bellevue. (last night as I waited in the car for Zach outside his work at 2:30am it was 22 degrees F. Not nice. Not nice at all.)
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