Hampton Inn & Suites Bremerton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and sore feet, the desire to go all the way was growing. Anne made it plain "Once we pass someone, I don't want them to then pass us."
Two miles in. Two rather easy miles. I was surprised how with a little competition and adrenaline, my drive to push further was intoxicating. At mile 2.5 we had passed about 50 folks.
Most of these folks weren't in it to win it, but were still out there to give ...
... was so excited to see us and told us all about her day, she is really enjoying her cruise. We went into dinner and had a fun night which was more the alcohol we had consumed. I chose the duck pate which was rather ordinary, then the mushroom soup, rack of lamb which was delicious. Can't remember what I had for dessert I know John had the bananas. We then went into the Queens Lounge to watch the ...
... are quite famous?! Especially Charles Bradley. We then went back up to the viewpoint at night to see Seattle lit up.
Today we pick up our car and the plan is to head towards Yellowstone before coming back to the West Coast. We won’t have consistent internet from now on, so who knows when the next blog will be!? Again, we will try to steal McDonalds/Starbucks free wifi whenever possible.
Let’s hope we pick up a muscle car instead of a 2 door-hatch ...
This morning I find myself sitting at a apartment complex lounge drinking coffee and listening to groundation thinking quite deeply about the game i played in last night. A little background to what I have been up to for the past year, I ended up moving back to the states in late summer of 2013 from Norway. I played one season for a team called Modum FK which was located in Amot, Norway and from that experience I received a full ride scholarship to the Evergreen State ...
Then we dropped back to the hotel to drop the spare shoes off and get to the walk-tour rendezvous.
The walk down showed us a whole lot of restaurant options and other attractions that we almost saw last night but didn’t go that far. Out the front of the Seattle Art Museum there is a massive outline of a man hammering and this was where we me Ed, our guide. We then met our fellow walk-tour buddies Molly ...