La Quinta Inn & Suites Tacoma Seattle
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... took the opportunity to get off at every opportunity we could. On the last day, there is a good amount of padding built into the schedule - and there were longer stops at Klamath Falls - which was quite chilly, and I enjoyed watching everyone shiver when I got off the train in my shorts and T-shirt - and Portland - where we walked into the Station and took some photographs of the beautiful interior of the Station building. If nothing else, we could ...
Today I went to Tacoma, just south of Seattle, to see one of America's finest automobile museums - the 'LeMay - America's Car Museum' (and SUPERB it is). Their featured display at the time was of Mustangs but that was changing to F-series Fords. One of the ways they manage to keep a very diverse array of vehicles is by offering storage of peoples vehicles (for a fee) and then rotating those cars between storage and the displays. I won't try to say more - the pictures do speak for ...
... and only a 30-minute ride. It stopped at Terminal 2, and I had to take a free shuttle to Terminal 1. I was at the airport early enough that I had to wait around for ten minutes before I could actually check my bag in. I was worried it might be overweight, but the agent sent it merrily on its way without demanding more money, so I guess it was fine.
I had a croissant and an espresso at Paul, a famous chain bakery. It was fine, and I think I really needed the caffeine ...
... was good and I’d say charismatic but only in the way an autocue is charismatic as everything he said was scripted down to the word and if anyone asked a question he sort of brushed it off and got back into character. At the end he asked for tips and sat at the door with a jar to make it virtually impossible to not tip. I’d said to Charlotte earlier could we not run off but she wanted to see the whole thing.
We wandered around a pier, ...
... snow capped Mt Rainer towering over the landscape plus all the rain keeps everything a vibrant green. Even the weed here is amazing, cheap as **** ($30 for like a 50 bag and a half) and strong enough to kill Nick 'Green Machine' Harrison. Anyways enough about my newfound erection for the city. Last monday I went and saw Nails and Iron Lung play at a small venue called El Corazon in Seattle. The Venue was sick, perfect size for moshing with no barriers and a small bar tucked off to ...