La Quinta Inn & Suites Tacoma Seattle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... buying) as I imagined if Vancouver was rough in terms of homeless etc then Seattle must be worse. If it is worse we haven’t seen it yet. We got on a friendly bus in which everyone chatted to the bus driver and arrived at our hostel in Belltown. I’m not sure how but we lucked out with this pick, we are in an amazing little area filled with cool bars, clean streets and tons of restaurants as well as being in the middle of everything. I already like it more ...
... people seemed to mistake me for a good skater so I had no trouble talking to anyone at the park (the Aussie accent also helps). I met these two former street kits, Tony and Skip who are punk musical geniuses and were renting a place just down the street nicknamed "The Bombshelter" where they always host punk and hardcore house shows. Skip had just ****** up his ankle on the quarter and since they had walked to the park I offered them a ride home. Before ...
... shots and a great night of course. We let out Carol, Coral, and Frank! On our way back to the Hotel we met our neighbors who are from Canada and they invited us out to Pasos. We shared our creative drink Frank taught us, a Gary Ablet (coffee, sugar, and beer, don't judge until you try it, for instructions scroll to the bottom of this entry.) Coral was in love with our waitress Emma Stone and her night was cloudy after we got there. ...
... other minor sites.
Lumbini (in Nepal) - Buddha's birthplace. More ngondro and exploration.
Bodhgaya - Buddha's enlightenment. Ngondro and participation in Kagyu Monlam presided by H.H. 17th Karmapa.
Sanchi (in Madhya Pradesh) and a couple of caves (Ellora and Ajanta).
Bangkok - I hear it's a bit touristy, so I don't know how long I'll stay. Might buy a laptop ...
... my brother, Alek, will be taking care of her. I know he will give her the love she needs, and more. I'm interested to see if she changes at all, and I'm excited to see her face on skype every once in awhile.
I feel I have prepared myself enough to realize that she won't appreciate any travel/adventure sacrifice I make to come home to her sooner and she will be happy with Alek. But it doesn't mean I won't miss her, as I ...