Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Sumner
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... realized that he wasn't lying either haha. After we got kicked out because the bar was closing, we went to Simmo's for another drink, then headed home to sleep at 3am. WELL... Today was a complete write off. Emma couldn't get out of bed until 4pm and I was struggling a lot. We are having a quiet night to be fresh for tours tomorrow to actually see some sights of Seattle, as all we have seen so far are the bars and our ...
... dishes and clothes, wiping off benches and general tidying up, Dad would be proud. Doing a whole lot of lounging just makes me want to sleep which is fine as it's about 1pm so it is almost nana nap time anyways. We have been watching a show online called "Drunk History". It is a lot of fun, if you haven't checked it out before you really should. They get some regular people and low level celebrities to retell some major historic events in America's history. As ...
... and arrived around 1.45pm, spending the remainder of the day in the airport as we didn't board the flight until 6.30pm. The only hassle was I bought my perfume but I think I got done, I saw it on the ship for $100 US dollars and I thought it would be slightly cheaper to get it duty free in Hong Kong, not to mention I did not want to add to the ship bill ...
... all lite up but I was not sure what value we were going to have by viewing the square at night and I was right. We were unable to get into the square or in front of it we had to view it from the side. I got some nice photos but was a little annoyed that I was still viewing it from a distance. There were a lot of police and military personnel guarding the area as well which made you a little reluctant to wander off anywhere really. ...
... is at my trip. There must be others who do similar?
My couchette was very comfortable if snug and I soon found my way to the viewing carriage where I was treated to a commentary provided by volunteers. A real bonus enabling me to get the most out of my scenery viewing. The merits of travelling by train as opposed to air were obvious given the views and the fact one got a real sense of the size of the country ...