Hampton Inn Seattle / Southcenter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... We then headed into dinner and were surprised to find only John came down, it was such a pleasant evening without Phil there. I had the cheese soufflé starter, then the 5 onion soup and the Grilled Halibut which was delicious. I then finished it off with Strawberries Romanoff. We headed back to our cabin and retired for the night and once agai we had to turn our clocks back 2 ...
... of Sea Otters and I was able to get so e photos of one of the little monkeys. The captain took us into the Marina where we saw a large number of Sea Lions, we got up real close to these animals. We went past the area where the Bald Eagles nest but didn't see any. We arrived back at the Marina around 11am. We walked to the Visitors Centre and around town for a little bit but John did not want to go into the museums, I did get a photo of the Holy Resurrection ...
... with each other that perhaps they should make people aware....for those interested in knowing the impact...the feedback had none! Therefore to family and friends, book your Space Needle tickets on line in advance.
We caught the monorail to Westlake Centre and walked down to Pike Market. More coffee and felt a little guilty taking a photo in front of the original ...
... and shops, I walked through, then around a bit before stopping for lunch.
I grabbed a bowl of clam chowder, and sat at a window overlooking the water not too far away.
But enough of Pike Place, I didn't like it too much. Walking around here may be great for people who love to stop and look at little trinkets and doodads that they are comfortable looking at though they know they'll never buy it. Not so much a thing ...
... 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. ...