La Quinta Inn Lynnwood
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... to listen to the conversation, it did make everything make a bit more sense. I mean, I just thought he was excited to talk to me and sweating so much due to the heat. Anyway, it's something I can tick off the bucket list.... "Ate free ice cream with two guys on acid " ✔️ While walking to the ice cream shop I also noticed a place that sold meat pies, something I have missed so so much since travelling! America and Canada don't do meat pies. ...
... was brought to our table on big skewers, time and time again. We ate until we couldn’t eat anymore and stumbled out into the humid air, walking off our meal along Copacabana Beach.
Ipanema is about 1 mile from where our rooms were. We got to the party a bit late, Icaro was there to meet us and introduce us to all of his friends. There seemed to be a number of young professional here, the place was nice and only a block or so to the beach. The Brazilians all spoke ...
... We wandered through the markets looking for a place to eat but there were so many and the whole market was like a maze so we all settled on splitting up and grabbing our own then meeting back up. Unfortunately for me my lunch experience wasn't exactly great, they told me they didn't have what I ordered then they confused me with what they did have and the lady definitely couldn't understand my accent so I ended up just pointing to one thing and getting that and a mango ...
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 ...
... then this is the way to go. Fresh local fish and ingredients and we left feeling very full and satisfied but not horribly "stuffed". The food was amazing but I must say that I am not a fan of the traditional Japanese wine - Sake. It must be an acquired taste or my taste buds just cannot handle the flavour, but it tasted like a shot of mentholated spirits to me.
For a very different flavour, the next on our list ...