Holiday Inn Seattle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It will be a long journey: Flight from Seattle 7.10 pm to Vancouver, then almost midnight we leave Canada for Sydney - a direct flight. After clearing Customs, we will catch a bus for the final three hour journey, so all in all it will be about 24 hours in transit … plus we lose a day in the process.
We are looking forward to connecting with family, friends, and our usual ‘life’. Thanks for sharing the journey with ...
... evening walk about along the waters edge across the road from our hotel. The evening was so warm and it stayed light till 9:30pm. We found a great little dinner spot called Dukes Chowder House that served excellent seafood and local craft beer.
The next day we woke very excited, this would be the day of the collection of our camper van (RV as the Americanīs call it), our new home for the next 3 months! We decided it would be ...
Alright, so I am actually writing this the day after. I hope I can remember everything-- I had so many amazing experiences! The day totally did not go as planned, but it was still a really good intro to Seattle.
I started the day by getting up at 6:30 am because I had to have a 2 hour interview/meeting thing with Vanderbilt's health professions advisory office. I tried really hard to reschedule it and totally considered just skipping it altogether, ...
... So pretty with all the colours. Seattle is called the Evergreen State and I can see why. Caught the light train from the airport into downtown - another airport with an efficient (and cheap) system - and it runs alongside one of the freeways. Why can't we do it in Melbourne? Couldn't figure out the monorail which would have got us close to our hotel, so hail a taxi. Given a room with a view to the Space Needle which ...
... and just had the most fun. Anyone visiting Seattle just has to go! Another of Steph's plans was to see a music artist called Lucinda Williams who is a mix of country, folk, jazz and a bit of rock, for her friend, Nicole's birthday. The concert was in the Seattle zoo so, I was able to see some cool wildlife before the music began (i am not sure whether I agree with zoos now but they were making paper out of recycled elephant poo and I thought at least this one seems to ...