Extended Stay America - Seattle - Mukilteo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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After another fine breakfast at Talaris, we all headed out by cars to Mukilteo Light Station (http://www.mukilteohistorical.org/inde x.html), 20 miles north of Seattle, where Ann and John gave us our own private tour. This charming lighthouse is a favorite of Ann and John's. In fact they serve on the board of the historical society that maintains the light and, as well as serving as docents and board members, they have contributed greatly to the in-station exhibits and ...
... to snap a couple of pictures at the entrance.
WA-20W turned into WA-525S, and if you look on the map, or in mapquest, it just magically comes to an end at the tip of Whidbey Island, and then dotted lines over the water, and resumes on the mainland. The real way this is done is to take a ferry. Having never taken a motorcycle on a ferry, we weren't quite sure what to expect, but why not. Turns out there are a couple of cool things ...
... love to go back there again. We then had a four
hour drive back in the dark, broken up by a stop at the weirdest McDonalds in a
small town…interesting crowd!
Thurs 19 – Our last day with the car, we headed to the famous Squalamine
falls and it was very impressive. Highlight was watching a couple of deers playing
in the river by the waterfall. As this was our ...
... deterred, for the locals did not speak Gus’s English or German they would communicate by gestures and using his immensely sunny personality. As usual, he transcended language.
In 1992 Gwenn and I purchase a lovely 1917 Craftsman home in Oakland, California. Though in good shape it could use some upgrades and the first project we chose was to replace the back yard deck – I considered myself a fairly competent carpenter but the detail of the work was a ...
... arrived. Lida was in heavenly with whatever crab dish they put in front of her. Me? I had a fillet mignon, and veggies. Yummy. Movies was next on our evening in the skies. Lida and I picked the Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo de Caprio. I did not make it very far into the movie, before I was sound asleep. Lida dozed a couple of times, but did see the full 3-hour movie.""......... Good ...