Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
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Through the windows we observed 14 wheeler trucks (now which song is it that contains those words?), huge pickup trucks and the all American yellow school bus. We got a sense that everything got larger as we crossed the border into America.
In Whiterock town the train stopped to allow the U.S. Border guards to collect our declaration forms. This turned out to be an anti-climax as we thought the process would be more involved. (Perhaps ...
So this morning started out with an early morning pat down by a rather terrifying woman at the airport. Security is so much more intense flying domestic than it is international. It was pretty scary, we tried to act cool but I think they saw through that. Had to refrain from making any jokes - do not think they would appreciate them in the slightest! Especially the one I had lined up about ...
When I landed in Seattle on Jan 22nd, it was raining. Luckily rain here is just a constant mist and not the torrential downpour that we have in Toronto. Coming from -16 degrees, I'll gladly switch to 12 and a bit of overcast. We had two really sunny days and my freckles are already starting to bloom. In a few months I may just be one huge indistinguishable freckle. The first day and a bit was packed full of the typical touristy things. The Space Needle, ...
... for $2. Oh well. I better enjoy this.
I've talked with Shaun for an hour and half. We're sitting in the emergency exit aisle of the plane, which means a couple things. Number one, we have an enormous amount of leg room. Right now my shoes are off and I've got my feet stretched out on the floor. Number two, if anything goes down, I have decided I will take the role of Liam Neeson for this ride. Sam rented the Babadook for a hefty $7 via iTunes and watched the ...
... is not only an interesting building but also an interesting history