Hilton Garden Inn Seattle North / Everett
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Not even Patrick Jane style meditation techniques worked. So I was tired even before I began my epic day.
We got down to business early. Sarah decided to join Seb and I for a Coastie reunion, and the three of us hired bikes from the hostel. After a delicious free breakfast of eggs (creepy looking white eggs), we quickly ducked into the markets to buy some fresh essentials for the day. My choices were half a baguette, navel oranges, a heckload of green ...
... it went under the main city part, buses appeared to run in the same tubes as the city tram/ trains. Well kept and transport advisors very helpful. Exited into the main city area - full of home less, some asking for money but not with menace, others sleeping on seats, benches etc others playing cards etc with their friends dogs and children. Not the most appealing place on many levels - police stood about chatting with themselves. Went to Pikes Place as shown on ...
It is now Monday 19th. This is our pre- Ring time with Ann and Dave, and the arrival of Meg and Stephen. On Saturday Amr had a boy day! Bob Carpenter picked him up at 9 o'clock and they went and had breakfast at Beth's which they both love.....then they went on to REI, another favourite thing for Amr to do! After parting from Bob, Amr wandered round the city, went to the science museum, and finally met Dave before going to a Seahawks game. Meanwhile Ann and ...
... happen, is getting sunburned or loosing your crab trap.
I love the outdoors, I love doing outdoor stuff and I especially like crabbing. You get to be outside, see wildlife and beautiful scenery. One of my favorite things to do is to crab out in a bay with a boat, but a boat is not in my budget currently. The next best thing is to crab off of a dock with a trap and a pole. That is what I did this weekend with my ...
... a 787 on the IAH-LHR route.
Seated next to me is Sean, a fellow airplane geek who is on a 2.5-week trip to South America and Asia. He is connecting in Tokyo to Dubai on Cathay Pacific via Hong Kong. This is also his first flight in BusinessFirst on a United 787. Both of us are super excited for the experience ahead.
After the doors closed, I noticed there’s one empty seat in BusinessFirst (5B). We departed 22 minutes late at 12:57 ...