Inn at Virginia Mason
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cafes, we headed over to Occidental Park which housed some Totem poles and a statue/installation commemorating the fallen firefighters of Seattle. (See No 47 Shady spot) Once again the square was peppered with homeless and so we kept walking until we came across Rocky Mountain Chocolate where Vladimir served us apples covered in peanut and cinnamon and peanut and chocolate (an upmarket version of our Toffee apples) Sickly sweet but lush. Well it was one of my five a day! In ...
Having a Sleeper on a long train trip is an interesting experience. When you first arrive in the Sleeper you look around - wondering where the beds are coming from and how comfortable they'll be, and hoping there's actually enough room to fit in. Well - I'm pleased to report that the accommodation on our train was fantastic! We had enough room to sleep 3 in our compartment - the couch folded to a double bed and there was a separate single bed that folded ...
... breakfast menu, while the menu indicated Gumbo (beefy stew), Jambalaya (paela with chicken and spices instead of seafood). In the end I had Lamb brisket on Texas Bread with a side of chips! Shawn had Southern-Fried Chicken on Bacon & Cheddar Cheese Waffles and John had Southern Fried Chicken, Coleslaw & Hushpuppy (deep fried ball of cornmeal) - so many carbs...no fruit or veg in sight...LOL! I was impressed by the 'Mason Jars' of water - named ...
... needs two days to do it justice, and don't throw away your wrist band, as it gets you in again at a much cheaper price within 7 days.
I'm going to do multiple posts on this museum to break the displays into 'The AMAZING Museum of Flight - Intro'; 'The early years'; 'Civilian aircraft over the ages'; 'Military -WW1'; 'Military - WW2'; 'Military - post-WW2'.
The attached photos are the 'As you walk in the door and head ...
... went up to the decks to fetch some Nanaimo Bars for Liz and Leo to try and then headed back to the Journey. Tony took advantage of the time for a midmorning nap and I did some schoolwork.
We still had some lunchmeat and wild mushrooms so that meant preparing a lunch before docking. Easy to do when you Journey with your kitchen. We were off the boat just after noon and headed toward the border. We had no waiting in the NEXUS lane ...