Hilton Garden Inn Seattle / Issaquah
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... It was then back to the hotel to relax before going out to dinner. We were going to go to Mortons but discovered it would cost us around $500 without wine, so cancelled our booking and went back to the buffet. This time we arrived as soon as the buffet started and found we had lobster, crab, prawns and oysters all available to us. We then went and had a pan seared scallop which was ...
... way here and the sign I caught was the one that said, "Idaho State Law. Slow down or move over for stopped emergency and authorized vehicles". It was right after the Welcome to Idaho sign that I missed!
Oh yeah, when we checked into the hotel yesterday, I put all of our lunch fixings for today in the refrigerator that had no freezer compartment. Well, got up this morning to make today's lunches, and you pretty much ...
... the weather, we're excited to be here spending time with Patty, Don, Ben, and Josie.
What a great first week in the Seattle area. Monday we rode the bike to Ballard, an area just north of downtown Seattle. There we watched boats of all sizes navigate the locks, making their ascent from the salt water of Puget Sound to the fresh water of Lake Washington. Fascinating! We could easily spend an entire ...
... To escape the weather we made our way to the pub across the road to kill some time. The fireworks didn't start until 10.30 - it was 5.30. At about 7pm we stepped out to go and watch the skydivers. The temperature had dropped and we weren't dressed appropriately so back on the tram we headed back for cheesecake and hot chocolate before coming back (dressed a bit warmer) to watch the fireworks at 10.30. A great team decision!
... of Rwanda is, to me, a bit misleading because 1000 is such a large number in the language of the old days. Yet today we are constantly dealing with megabytes, gigabytes, and terabytes that send our minds reeling and leave the lowly 1000 in the domain of the insignificant. In fact, on the world scene one might argue that Rwanda itself is in fact insignificant when compared to modern superpowers. ...