Hampton Inn and Suites Seattle North Lynnwood
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... at the Ananda Lynnwood Community north of Seattle. I used to live here before I moved to California 16 years ago and it was great to see long time friends. Cindy and Joanne, who live here, are getting married on Saturday. We have known Cindy for 20 years and were invited to attend which is why we decided to drive 300 miles west then will retrace this route when head east.
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... s mom ended up getting a couple of truffles and a thing that looks like a giant s'more with caramel. Yum.
Literally stuffed full of chocolate we headed to Pioneer Square next to check out on of the few indoor National Parks. Klondike National Park told the story of the gold miners of the area. It was a cute and informative two level park. One part had a scale in it where you could step on and it would tell you what you were worth in gold. If only one of us had ...
... that hugs your body and traps your system heat is important if you are spending the evening in the tent in cold temperatures.
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... on highway 12." Needless to say, we are slightly frazzled when we pull up outside the hotel. A smiling young man offers to valet park the car. I've seen those American movies where people pose as valets so they can steal Ferraris. I look at our minivan. I give him the keys. An equally pleasant young lady welcomes us at reception. "I've given you a lovely city view room today." She's so nice we are up in the ...
... me because he couldn’t be bothered to try a different ATM, and besides, I’d probably never see my phone again.
Whilst waiting at the station I suddenly remembered I’d not posted my postcards, and you can’t send a Seattle postcard with a non-Seattle stamp, so I rushed back out to the street in search of a post box. I rushed down four blocks before I came across a man closing his café who directed me to a lobby with ...