Hotel Nexus Seattle
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... for travel until late October. Our wonderful friends and neighbours, Elizabeth & Brian, have graciously agreed to adopt him until that time. We also disposed of anything resembling a wicker basket or wood that was untreated, as well as our garden tools, vacuum cleaner and other items that might cost us a fortune in quarantine disposal fees. Quite unsurprisingly, we had loads of offers to watch our wine collection (thank you all), and our friends ...
... one short sidewalk that ran through it and that was it. So, I was a bit annoyed because it was pretty far to get there and I really couldn't even run through it. But as I was leaving, I saw signs for Interlaken Park .25 miles away. So, I ran over there. AND I AM SO GLAD I DID. It was beyond gorgeous. It was kind of a secluded area that was mostly uphill and completely forested on both sides. Later on up the road, there were trails in the forest that you ...
... I was super excited to be able to see inside. We went up to the top where the glass walls angle inwards. It quite a sight from the outside and in. We then passed by some of the historic old buildings of the city including one that is considered earthquake proof because of its interesting design. After some more sightseeing we made our way down to the more eclectic part of the city close to the harbor and ended our tour. Two girls I met on the tour Juliany and Meagan wanted ...
... and a vegetable seller.
Tuesday afternoon we headed east, more or less, to Wenatchee, WA where my Cousin Carla and her family live. Here's where the weather story picks up. In order to get to Wenatchee, over 150 miles from Seattle, you must cross part of the Cascade Mountain range. It began clouding up as we moved up the mountain and the rain began again. It got more intense as we got into the higher elevation ...
... time to leave the office! Yay! One of my colleagues he used to study in Washington state, so he knew where to go for dinner! We took his advice and went to "The Pike Brewing Company" for beer and food. And yes! It was good! Food was tasty but for the beer I don't know cause I wasn't allowed to have alcohol in the first month of post-surgery, so I just had a cider, free-alcohol kind! It's so not me I know but I have to obey so I ...