Fairfield Inn & Suites Seattle Bellevue/Redmond
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... here!! (Sarah@ausglobaltravel.com.au :) ) By this time we realize its almost 10pm so just order a pizza and catch up on everything. The food comes and it's so good, even Beck says it is unusual to get such good pizza delivered! Chat a bit more an I decide we should take it somewhere more comfortable so we go to bed. It's like a whole new adventure and holiday Starting again for me and those poor suckers are just getting on the plane home! Looovee you *bear tapping back with ...
... It was quite chilly this time of year out here on Majuli Island, one blanket was hardly enough. The early morning light was filtering in through my hut in little specks and streams and looked pretty.
Todd and I went for an early morning walk, saw loads of monkeys, they were a little too close for my comfort. Okay, we packed our bags, grabbed a quick bite, said good bye to our kind hosts and hopped a ride with Ollie and Sophia in a car headed for the ferry. We were excited to ...
... corner is the gift shop. We don't stop; in fact we wonder why it would be at the beginning of the exhibits. We will stop in when we are on our way out. The next bend is several coves of tropical fish. These are very interesting and extremely colourful. I try desperately to get some good photos, but the fish do not want to cooperate; they dart here and there and do not pose well. I get frustrated and finally give up. It is very humid in this ...
... fruit, I headed back down to the lounge car for some coffee. Here I watched the plains of North Dakota go by.It was just miles and miles of space. Not even farmland, more like moorland with the occasional pond, though bnot as hilly as the moors at home.
Here with me was a guy who travels from St Cloud, Minnisota to Stanley, Noth Dakota every Sunday for work, so thats about 10 hours by train, then back every Friday. By this point we were already 3 hours behind and his way of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking