Inn at Virginia Mason
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up, had some tea and then went down to breakfast. I had pancakes and bacon. Grandma had two eggs, hash browns, bacon and toast. After breakfast we got on the school bus and drove to the locks. When we got to the locks a lady told us about the locks and then she gave us a little private tour. After the tour we hade thirty minutes to walk around and do what we want. Grandma ...
... from just walking a 10-block round trip back to our hotel.
We have been here in sunny Seattle for three weeks and seem to have timed our visit perfectly with an extended heatwave. Temperatures here have climbed to over 30C / 90F each day, with no clouds in sight. I suppose it's great training for Sydney. As usual, we've compiled our list of favourite restos while here for any upcoming visits. We got a chance to sample some of the suggestions ...
... to walk and I was bumbling along and eventually I came across a Walgreens. I was pretty thirsty, so I went in and grabbed some water and some earplugs (living with 3 roommates when you are a light sleeper and the doors to even outside are open is tough). And when I got up to the counter, I was digging through my bag, digging through it. Only to remember that I had changed bags and forgot my freakin wallet back at the hostel. SO, not only was it kind ...
... After a small entrance fee I entered complete serenity. The birds chirping and waterfall flowing in the distance it was very peaceful. The coi came right up to me as if I was going to feed them. I love being able to visit places like this in crowded big cities. After a while I made it back to the hostel and relaxed for a little while, then met Juliany and Meagan and some others from the hostel. We had a few drinks downstairs then went out to the main bar district in Seattle ...
... here a few years ago and watch Jacob’s soccer team play Auburn. Lots of memories here. In elementary school, each football team had a business sponsor and we played our games at Troy Field. I remember playing the budget strapped Pacific/Algona team and some of the players had to wear leather helmets. This was Lou’s team, so we go back this far. I also remember the turf when we played in high school was terribly thick and soggy, ...