Extended Stay America - Tacoma - Fife
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... off the shelf ones. They helped to bring the fevers down and I was able to get some more sleep in the afternoon before dinner and then.... Yep some more sleep. So we missed the underground tour, but maybe this was forcing us to save and get the rest we needed. There was nothing more that I wanted but to be home tonight, being sick is bearable when you're miserable on your own couch, but not much fun on someone else's. Hopefully tomorrow is ...
... Lobster Bisque which was still wonderful then I had the Crab Legs which were very good but John went for the Porterhouse steak again which made him full so quickly, we both had the Lemon Burlee Tart for dessert but John could not finish his and I struggled to finish it. We were going to watch the show npbut I was worried my coughing was going to be a problem plus we were really too full to be bothered so we went to ...
... he lives in Vancouver, Canada now, we were delighted to learn he is from Oregon and spent his summers in Waldport, just twenty-five miles up the coast from where we live in Florence. His show was absolutely fantastic. I happen to love bagpipe music, but I have never heard anyone play like he did! His non-stop jokes fit perfectly with the sounds he coaxed from his instrument. Who would have imagined bagpipes could be ...
... delightful as was all the wine. We found out the red wine we were drinking was $99 a bottle. After dinner John and I were just too full to do much else so we went back to our cabin to bed. We had to turn back our clicks once again by an hour this time. Luckily though the ship had come through the roughest part of the seas and we were. It rockin and rollin as much. I truly loved this evening and it was worth every ...
We spent 3 days in Olympia catching up with Shelley and
Craig, then we moved on to Seattle. We
all went in to the city together and wandered around the wharf for a while before
we went on to Pike’s Market Place and took a walking tour of the area. There are handcraft tables and tents, fresh
fruits and ...