Holiday Inn Downtown Everett
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... truck load more rain. Very depressing.
On Wednesday, we hit Washington state and almost automatically as we crossed the state border, the sun came out and all seemed good with the world again. About an hour after crossing the border, I almost drove off the road when I saw the landscape completely dominated by the shape of Mt Rainier. I’m not sure if I’m a good enough wordsmith to describe this, but after driving for three hours through yellow, ...
... true form of leisurely youthful travellers, Seb and I
left the rest of the trip open. We had a rough idea of our plans, but no
specifics. How were we supposed to know how long we wanted to stay in Seattle
without ever having been there? Hey society, stop trying to pressure us into
commitment! Just let the good times roll.
Well, this casual attitude was quickly destroyed when the
guy at the front desk informed me there were still no vacancies, and that all
... a free walking tour 11am so we decided to join that. It was really good, taking in all the main sights, starting at the Pike Place market, past the World's oldest Starbucks and the Chewing Gum Wall (pretty disgusting to be honest!) and ending Downtown. Mary, the tour leader, even took us into Seattle central library, which seemed a bit random at first, but after following her up several escalators onto the tenth (!) floor, it soon ...
... last visit even though we were meeting their $ guidelines. I don't know if the ramen was 'better' but it was absolutely delicious and the salmon donburi they had as an add on was delicious as well. They definitely win on variety, and they also recommend you let them know how well you like your noodles cooked which is, IMO, a friendly less soup nazi way of doing things.
... 80 Mary decided to tell her story so she wrote her first book, it is called "Looking like the enemy" by Mary Matsuda Gruenewald, she has now written three books and we were very surprised and grateful to be given a autographed copy of her third book. This lady is incredible she has toured doing talks about her book and her life experiences, we sat and talked for ages, such a great afternoon that left us ...