Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Marysville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Maryville WA Friday: Up early to clean the RV and pack everything. Raining again but that's to be expected in this part of the world. Ended up with too much food left over as usual so we packed it so Kaff could find someone to give it too. We pulled out of Hope and topped up the fuel and gas and were off down the Highway. It rained all the way. We …
... It wasn’t opened but there was a lady waiting to go in. I got talking to her and eventually came around to offering her the food. She accepted it gracefully. Jenny and I had a bit of a discussion about who owned the bucket. I thought it belonged in the “turtle truck” but Jenny said that we had bought two buckets. That was correct, but it was on the other side that we bought the two buckets and this one belonged to the van. The upshot ...
... clinic with Sam (short for Samantha), her son David's girlfriend. Sam and David and some other friends had been camping and she (yuck - ouch!!!) cut off the side-tip of her finger while making supper. Mark and Dan and I talked till Shari got home at 11, then Shari and I started our sister-talking and didn't stop until after midnight. Thus "Sleepless in Seattle," since we didn't go to bed until after midnight!
... nothing to cover your crown jewels surely must be painful. Pain or no pain, this is a yearly tradition that brings out the free-spirited hippies of Seattle on bicycles. Most everyone was décor'ed in body paint and the more bashful of cyclists were wearing thongs. Decorated in the whole spectrum of the rainbow, people were painted with flowers, as Buzz Lightyear, with World Cup jerseys on and as ninja turtles with their ding dongs flapping and their pretty pillows flopping. ...
... around most of the buildings where you would commonly see people having to climb fifteen foot ladders to cross a road. Ladies in those huge vintage hooped dresses would struggle to climb the ladders as men would gaze up their knickers from the street below. The moat like space eventually had a footpath built across its top leaving many underground passage ways. These were lit by the sunlight as it shone through small glass tiles built into the footpath to provide light below. We ...