Hotel Nexus Seattle
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... armrest. Oh, well. At least it was soft.
We were given dinner ... and I use the term loosely. I had "tortiglioni in pesto" and it was the saddest looking bunch of pasta I've ever seen. A tray of naked rigatoni-like tubes, and a blodge of green stuff in the middle. And thinking about it now, I believe the things that I thought were pine nuts were actually sunflower seeds. It didn't taste bad, but the presentation left a lot -- a ton! -- to be desired. It came with ...
... for a happy hour break and decided to walk the 1.3 miles back to our hotel. We started out following WAZE on my phone, but after going in circles for over thirty minutes it dawned on me that WAZE is for car traffic and Seattle's one way streets is why we were going in circles. Now we were almost two miles from the hotel. Thanks to "Siri" we found walking directions to the hotel and started home. Problems arouse right away, because Bruce was on ...
... house, home about 1730, relaxed for 1/2 hour, then Tea which Caroline put into the Slow Cooker, and with some G.F. Spaghetti, the meat balls were beautiful with the lovely salad the ladies made just before tea. After Tea, lots of talks playing some games etc, a lovely night a well as a very memorable day for us. We turned into bed about 2130, for a good nights sleep. Weather; A.M. Was cloudy no wind, pleasant, 1400 onwards, strong winds heavy clouds, P.M. Rained, with wind. Temp; ...
Its been three weeks now in Tacoma/Seattle and I've just about settled in here. I have absolutely fallen in love with Seattle and it is going to take a lot for California to exceed the experience that I have had here so far. The music scene is incredible here with amazing local bands playing almost every night and some of the greatest national and international bands touring through Seattle virtually every week! Music scene aside even the landscape of the state is gorgeous with ...
... in the US are quite different. One piece of luggage per person, under 23k each - we each had over 26kg. So we spread out the weight and then we only had to pay for an extra case!
Another interesting thing we noticed was that people can take their pets with them on the plane - either in cages or on their laps.
Arrived in Bozeman, Montana round 3pm and headed straight up the mountain to Big Sky.