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... screen which we install when parked. Really helps with sunlight coming into the front window by reducing the UV rays by over 90% yet we can still see out. It has magnets in all corners and edges which attach to magnets we installed inside the window. Custom fitted to our window and is easy to install and looks great!!
We will be here until end of weekend when we begin the eastward migration in earnest.
... touch... We only had about forty five minutes at the park because it closed at a certain hour, but I think that was more than enough.
Up next was Seattle Center. We found some street parking and wandered around under the Space Needle, along side the Chihuly Garden with its giant glass sculptures, and through some giant installations placed throughout a fragrant garden. One piece called "Sonic Bloom" was giant flowers that played what sounded like a group of ...
The fact that obesity is considered as a common problem in the world creates more issues and concerns to a lot of people. Well, it is related to different kinds of health problems and it might actually cause death in some cases. This is definitely the sad truth that you need to know about the lifestyle of people today.
Well, diets and exercises are really hard so many people are having a lot of troubles ...
... we realise we thanked her for giving us a room with a view of other buildings. But - if you stand on the desk and lean to the left a little, you can just see a little bit of the Space Needle through a small gap. That's special.
We now have the evening free. People have told us we should head to the pier area to see the tourist sights and maybe catch a relaxed meal. "The map" says it's only about five ...
... mailbox in the wall. I had to embrace the local lingo and ask for that rather than a post box, as my term simply created blank faces.
The officer at the Canadian border was not a gentleman, and told me off for putting my home address as home because I'm on a work visa, but I explained I still live there as I’m technically a vagabond in Canada. He didn't seem amused by my response, and failed to look me in the eye during the interaction: usually ...