Hampton Inn Seattle / Southcenter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... in which we shared with the intrepid Gus and the indomitable Caroline. Their willingness to explore these worldly treasures inspired us to always invite them to yet another trip.
During their long stay with us when we lived in Brazil in 2003/06, Gus almost became a local. His intensely dark tan allowed him to go for long walks along the water front and engage in conversations with locals who would speak to him in Portuguese taking him for a Brazilian. Not ...
... the mosquitoes are bad this season.
Noreen and I split a Caesar salad. When it arrived I said, "Waitress there are dead fish in my salad." I love anchovies.
If I could Groundhog a day, it would be Embarkation Day. We meet new friends and sail away to new adventures. We will head to Pier 91 to board the Solstice around 11:30. Part 2 will follow a few hours later (hopefully).
... Seattle is indeed in a beautiful location . Some shopping at REI's first store and it's time to collect Paul from his nirvana The Space needle is probably Seattle's most famous attraction built for the World fair and we manage to witness a beautiful sunset from its top deck Magnificent 360' views with Mt Rainier away in the back ground We complete the evening at the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum The most amazing sculptures all from ...
Started the trip on a beautiful sunny day in the Northwest, which also happened to be Mardel's birthday. Then when we checked in for our flight we received a pleasant surprise and got bumped to business class which is like flying first class. Awesome when the flight is 10 hours long. We had a very nice flight and enjoyed some fabulous food and a very nice nap as our seat went flat into a ...
... all. My knees hurt from the pavement, but my muscles were not that sore at all. I think wrestling is just about the toughest sport that a person can do and has darn near mentally prepared me for life's toughest battles. Two years ago, I hadn't worked out in years and put myself up to the test of climbing Mt Kinabalu, which is SE Asia's tallest mountain at nearly 15,000 feet and I did it in one day. ...