Extended Stay America - Seattle - Redmond
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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 - ...
I decided a full day's worth of driving would best be passed by trying out Audible, an audio book provider. On the suggestion of our reading teacher, Ashley Rousseau, I decided to listen to Divergent by Veronica Roth. At just over 11 hours it did manage to pass the time but it failed to prevent stiff knees and a sore posterior.
I did manage to get an extra, unexpected stretch break in as I was held up on I-90 for about 40 minutes near ...
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... but jet-lag still hit us. We stayed at the Seatac Sleep Inn and were very happy with the room & facilities there, especially with the shuttle available to drop us anywhere within a 2 mile radius.
Day 1 started with a Light Rail trip to Westlake, then we walked down to Pike Place to have a look at Seattle's original farmers market, established in 1907 and the home of the very first Starbucks. ...
... from the Canadian Rockies to New Mexico, exploring the human, geologic and natural history of the wild west. Then it's off to Central America for 9 months, including 6 months living in Monteverde, Costa Rica while the boys attend The Cloud Forest School for a semester. It will be a year of luxurious amounts of time as a family and learning in all the ways we love best. I'll spare you too many details of the preparation, ...