La Quinta Inn Lynnwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Leaving for London on May 9th, 2014. Yaaay! Will be in London in a few days. Still can't believe that I will be in Europe for the first time in a couple of days. This is truly a dream come true! Taking the Eurostar to Paris on May 17th. Very excited and just can't wait for the ...
... in one pitch. Each flower had a different group singing at a different pitch. Another piece called "Olympic Iliad" (A. Liberman, 1984) was a huge red tubular sculpture. More thought provoking than the actual sculpture were some of the places that people had placed graffiti. It almost seemed impossible to climb up to where they had marked, yet they had obviously found a way.
To cap off our sightseeing tour we headed to Volunteer Park to climb the water tower. The ...
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... The map" only shows horizontal distance! Seattle is really steep! We find ourselves going one step forward and two steps down. Nanette comments "at least it's down hill." Ah, yes, but we just may need to head back up the hill again if we want to sleep tonight. We distract ourselves by hopping on a harbour cruise we hear being touted as we reach the pier. A young lady named Gentry describes the points of interest ...
... customs are more miserable than the Canadians, but they both bucked the trend on this crossing.
My return welcome to Canada didn’t improve once I arrived in Vancouver: a woman wandering across the park kicking rubbish asked for money, whilst a bloke wearing an evident wig and dark sunglasses shouted and started walking towards me. I quickened my pace and hoped for the best as I neared the Skytrain station, destined for the sanctuary of my hostel. ...