La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Bellevue / Kirkland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was long and sleepless, but comfortable. I watched American Sniper, a little big bang, but spent most of my time reading Unbroken, a story about wrecked planes in WWII, life rafts being attacked by sharks, and more. That is not what most people would choose to read on a plane flying over roughly the same area that the events took place at in the Pacific. Upon arrival in LA, I had another layover, and a quick puddle jump to Seattle.
... centre to see if I could get anything for my cough, they gave me some Robutusin so I am hoping that will fix it, if not I will see the doctor, but I think it will well I hope it will. As we are not arriving in Shangai until 10.30pm tonight we have another day at sea which I did not count. As usual there is not a hell of a lot to do, I think I will go to the Advanced Photography for DSLR cameras in the afternoon. I bought some watches for the kids at the ...
Destination #2 on my Sparrow Journey--revisiting my roots at Kamiakin Middle School (formerly Kamiakin Jr High).
Kamiakin is just a few miles from my office in Kirkland WA. It's been decades. But I was redirected there by a heart-prompt on my way to work this morning *. So,instead of exiting to my new office off 405, I took the next one leading to what I expected to be Kamiakin Junior High. It was a slight paradigm shift ...
... Sparrow Club--a school that is willing to take on the Sparrow service project
... up to Grand Coulee dam. There is a chain of lakes along the highway, many with high mineral content and names like Alkali Lake and Medical Lake. Soap Lake has been extensively studied for the apparent healing qualities of its water and especially its mud. As you can see in the photos, the tradition is to cover yourself with the mineral rich, black mud and sit for a while while it hardens, then go back to ...