Extended Stay America - Seattle - Mukilteo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Mukilteo
... bird Keeper, around as she introduced us to the various Macaw varieties in the zoo. We met Ejea (pronounced "A-ha"), who is a Blue-and-gold Macaw, who was the attention seeker of the group. He liked to say "Hi", "Hello" and "Peek-a-boo" (whereupon he would put his wing over his head and hide). Lola, the Scarlet Macaw, likes to dance (bobbing her head up and down to a non-existent beat). Kiwi, the Scarlet Macaw, made animal noises - imitating ...
... the remains of a primary school etc, so sad, I know that the dropping of the bomb was necessary to hasten the end of WWII but my god what a way to do it. After the museum we headed down to ground zero where the bomb actually hit. They have erected a statue to mark the spot where the bomb landed and there was another statue erected in 1995 which was of a mother carrying a child, this statue was erected on the 50th anniversary of the dropping f the bomb. We ...
... car back to its owner, having successfully avoided all the dangers and pitfalls that the somewhat high-pressure rental agent warned us about. The car did fine, if somewhat uninspiring in the performance realm and got about 30mpg (it was a gasoline engine vehicle). For our purposes, a standard, front wheel drive vehicle got us almost everywhere we wanted to go and I don’t think we missed out on anything major. There are, of course, ...
... of trains: 138
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
# of water taxis: 4
# of beers: 91
... so we stop and have a listen. Unfortunately, the Octopi are hiding (there are two in the exhibit somewhere!). Interestingly I overhear a woman asking the attendant if there are any poisonous Octopi in the world – and the attendant pauses for a bit. I don’t say anything, but the attendant did remember the blue-ringed octopus (which is a local where I live!), and reassures the woman they don’t live anywhere ...