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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Sun 8 – Up early and down to the Center for Wooden Boats
this Sunday. Here they offer free public sailing on Sunday mornings, unfortunately
we had to go separately on different boats. Once Elliot had set sail on his
little motorboat, suddenly there was a space on one of the larger sailing boats
that came up for Holly. But even though he went on a little boat we both had ...
... on the water next to the centre of town. We grabbed a Starbucks (as everybody in Seattle does) and checked out the very first Starbucks situated in the market. We watched a bunch of tall, burly fellows throwing fish around and singing every time somebody purchased some seafood. After a market-style lunch we walked uptown to see the Space Needle and some of the Seattle museums. For the afternoon, we ventured back to the market and found a local brewery called Pike. It ...
Friday August 8th was a day of little exertion.
After our pub crawl we had a lazy start with a light breakfast of fruit and a
buttload of tea. The only real moment of energy occurred just after breakfast
when I went to the front desk to see if any rooms had opened up for over the
weekend. I’d checked a day or so ago, and put my name on a waiting list, but as
yet, nothing had come up. I had booked our first three nights in Seattle over a
month ago, but ...
... 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.
... down for our breakfast, which was yummy and plenty yet again. There's a guy who works on the breakfast part, i'd say around 50ish, he's from London, but sounds like he's living over here for quite some time. He also said he'd lived in Portland for 2 years! After breakfast I spoke to my mum and dad for a while, which was nice, but strange it was tea time there!
The weather seemed to be getting better and our plan today was to go up the Seattle Space ...