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... wait for his wife due to the fact she had to wait for her plane ride up to meet him.Eventually,Steinbecks wife finally arrives and Steinbecks gives her a tour of the Port District of Seattle.The Seattle Port District happened to be an attraction Steinbeck saw and encountered.Steinbeck stayed at a motel during this time duration.Steinbeck really enjoyed his time in the state of Washington ...
... up and clean up for our turn in tomorrow. We should have Internet tomorrow at Holiday Inn.
Susan wants to add: All good things come to an end. This is the last night in the RV. We have to pack everything. It has been a wonderful experience for me. I enjoyed our trip. Thanks for your comments. Going to places I have never been is wonderful too. I see God's creation is wonderful and I see the beauty of his work. I love you all. (Slightly edited by me)
we drove 220 miles
... Both adorable.
WORST ANIMAL SIGHTED: all cockroaches...everywhere.
BEST ITEM BROUGHT: the iphone...unfortunately..it was completely essential for the success of our trip. A distant second...the travel towels were excellent. Jason's distant second is his Keens.
LEAST FAVORITE ITEM BROUGHT: money/passport belt - seriously pretty useless. I would add Jason's Keens to this list...he wore them everyday in 90+ degree weather.. I cant even tell you ...
... a few days (in a $40 a night suite hotel - can't wait to see what that is like), before heading off on my own for 10 days.
As the title says, there are some real trepidations that go along with the excitement. I am delighted to help with taking the girls back, seeing their home, and learning if I can help them in the future. But, this is all new territory for me. I am a little anxious about it as well.
I hope to keep you posted.
... but enjoyed the sites.
Took a cab down to the Pier area around the waterfront and spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying sights. Had lunch at the Crab Pot and it was delicious. After lunch went for a ride on the Seattle Great Wheel, the new ferris wheel at the pier. Once again testing my height problem, but sucked it up and despite the queezy feeling enjoyed the ride.
From there spent ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking