Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... metres away, Jonathan bet she couldn't. She did a spectacular throw with a cheer from the other patrons, he lost the bet! We had a conversation with a couple with a Dalmatian called Freckles (dogs seem to be allowed everywhere here including the supermarket) and with the people on the next table, one who had lived in Melbourne. We were told to make sure to see the giant redwoods in California, in somewhere called the Jedediah Smith National Park.
... s a gentle few days before the busyness of next week, we tell ourselves. En route south, we stumble on the Seattle Art Museum, featuring "Disguise" an exhibition centred around masks. The museum building is new and inviting with numerous permanent exhibitions, including glass, modern art and sculpture, First Nations and Australiasian art plus a quality shop. We easily fill three hours there, including a free guided tour of ...
... headed to our friends beautiful home for catching up, an awesome barbeque with real Memphis dry rub ribs, and great conversation.
Tomorrow, we meet up with Gilda's Club Seattle, one of our five great foundations. We are so thankful to have made it here to help.
Will you join us? Go to www.theoneride.net and give, register to fundraise or come to our fundraising party in Sturgis, also on the site in the Buffalo Chip Tab.
... service. We ate the...eggplants crisps, bacon wrapped dates, spinach/pancetta/mushrooms/blue cheese salad (yum!!!), and the pork chop (dry) with greens and spoonbread. The wine was also remarkable: PurpleHands from Willamette Valley. The night ended at LoveCraft, the mini Castle of Portland. The music was supposed to be "britpop" but...they missed the mark. We had a beer and a half and split. Another great night of ...
... through early December. It is a very fond reminder of this time last year for us, and I'll be thinking of them each day!
We are very excited about the prospect of finally unpacking our suitcases and finding the place we will call home for the near future. As this post is playing a bit of catchup, I've enclosed many photos from London, Charleston and Seattle. Will be back with the final blog entry once we've got our feet firmly on the ground in ...