HYATT house Seattle/Bellevue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a wonderful lunch today with Harold's friend and colleague, Terry, at Newcastle Golf Club. It was a beautiful place with panoramic views of downtown Seattle, Puget Sound and surrounding countryside. Lunch was delicious and Harold and Terry enjoyed seeing each other outside of work. After visiting with Terry for several hours, we went to Carl …
Friday is our last day at school and it seems our trip is coming to an end. Today the school held assemblies to commemorate Martin Luther King day on Monday. The assembly was run by the students and while it was very simple it was brilliantly done. It gave us an insight into the impact that he had on the US and also how these students personally felt. ...
... was sick of being in the hotel so we decided to go to Local Pho restaurant for dinner, it was only a couple of blocks up so not a hard walk at all even though both of us feel terrible. When we got there we made the same mistake we always do and chose starters before main course. We chose the Egg Roll and Spring Rolls but we really didn't need to do that because when our mains came out we didn't feel like eating them. John ordered the ...
... tend to greet with a hug rather than the firm hand shake which I'm becoming accustomed too. Car indicators are more often red rather then the flashing yellow. There is a sandwich shop like Subway called "Jimmy Johns," that will deliver your sub to your door. The cheeseburgers are delicious and the people of the Emerald city are very friendly. Loving Seattle, but we now leave for five weeks to travel down the west coast to as far south as Mexico before making the return drive. Vegas here we ...
... that builds schools for girls in Mali, Africa. Their mission is to break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy through education. And for more than two decades, they've built more than 500 schools in Mali, Malawi, Senegal, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Nepal.
(Note that Mali is a different African nation than Malawi. That's an understandable mistake. Know what's not? Asking me where in Mexico I am right ...