Holiday Inn Express Tacoma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sorry for the blog blackout, as Kris calls it--the entries for the last week are still in draft form, to be completed and published this weekend. We made it home after a rugged travel day yesterday, being met in Vancouver by daughter Kris, who then valiantly drove us home today through grueling Friday traffic. More ...
... to not accompany me to Antarctica, which she now regrets). Others who have been to India say it is both fascinating and depressing and MUST be seen. So here we go.
If you are interested in the details of the trip go to: www.insightvacations.com/us/classical-i ndia-with-nepal-2015.
And your homework tonight is to go to YouTube and listen to Bob Seger singing his song about Kathmandu: www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG-wuWNIyzI
At 7.30am on Wednesday I was picked up from the hotel by Sharon. Sharon is a dietitian working at the centre for human development and disability (CHDD). She gave me a tour of the building and an overview of the history of the CHDD (originally set up by president Kennedy who had a disabled sister) it's a bit like our Child Development Centre. I attended a meeting. Two feeding teams from the county had attended the ...
... Burlington, our home store for camping supplies, and got a few items. Soon we were at the border and ready to cross with Jed for the first time. We choose the truck crossing on Pacific Highway as the wait times were shorter, not that it matters much with NEXUS. We were happy that RVs are were allowed in the NEXUS lanes. We only had to wait for one vehicle and at the booth the agent looked at our ...
... it is constantly rotating, so that your view of the city is constantly changing. It takes fifty minutes or so to completely rotate, and the added challenge of finding your table when returning from the restroom adds a bit of variety to a lunchtime stop. We bookended our day with visits to the Capitol Hill district where we had locally roasted coffee in the morning and locally brewed beer in the evening. We fly back tomorrow, and it feels like this mini USA adventure is ending all too ...