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... 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 ...
... and would love to have been there. Linda and Mary are both Americans of Japanese descendants. Mary's parents migrated to America before Mary and her brother were born, they owned 10 acres on Vashon Island, near Seattle, where they grew strawberries until the second world war broke out. Because of their Japanese appearance the family were put into a internment camp, Mary was 16 years old at the time. At the ...
... 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 ...
... for the 'not as classic but equally enjoyable' Kindergarten Cop starring the Austrian Oak, Arnie, in one of his ill advised family films. So we knew we had plenty of film location spotting ahead of us. One of the major locations for the Goonies is a coastal rock formation called the Haystack and the needle in Cannon Beach. We were going to head straight there without stopping but the constant availability of good car parking and enticing sand dunes had us pulling over quite ...
... problem...we couldn't see it. By the time we made it to the harbour thick fog had rolled in and completely covered the bridge :( not a happy Simon!! We did get to ride the cable cars around the city which were very fun, as we got to stand on the outside of them, can't see it catching on in the UK though. That weekend was Gay Pride weekend, GREAT! The full city centre was on shut down so that these people could parade their boobs and testicles for us all to see. We decided not to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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