Travel Blogs from Bremerton
... I am SO ready for sleep and I’m getting easily irritated with little things.
Though I didn’t have to work until 7pm, I had zero time to nap as we still had to unpack into our new room and we had a meeting at 5pm and then dinner right after. Worked another crazy open house registration. Our Shockwaves are ages 8-12 and some parents worry about their 7 year old being stuck with all the 3 and 4 year old Pelicans so they lie on their ...
... our cocktails we decided too venture upstairs and hope to catch a seat at the bar. Luckily as we arrived, two people left, perfect, not long after sitting down in true American style we were happily chatting away to a guy and a gal. It turned out they were just friends hanging out for a drink. After our drinks we all decided to go for some food, Jen who lives above the bar, recommended a Hawaiian restaurant across the road. Wow weeee this was super food, I had teriyaki ...
... and got this….
I’d just blooming well come from there! I could even see the plane I’d just left!
But in every single possible way, this DoubleTree was exactly what the JFK one should be. I should have sent the JFK one a postcard from here saying “Wish You Were Here” – not as a pseudo-invite to visit, but more an expression of desire.
Sleep came almost immediately, and, ...
... awaiting the prelude to what is to come. The storm has forced the presidential campaign to juggle their schedules. Classes are canceled at most college and universities. For the first time in 34 years, all classes on Yale's campus have been canceled. However. According to the Harvard Crimson , "some universities on the east coast, including Duke University and Cornell University, remain open despite the gloomy weather." Federal officials expect the storm to create damaging flood ...
... way I think about
the world. So it was important to see these friends and reconnect to get to see
the world and the cities they inhabit through their eyes. And see the cities we
Trolling down Venice Beach with the Ramsay boys, BBQing in Berkeley with
the Rosses and their month old twins, tide pooling in Moss Beach with Janine, surviving
residency with Cody, Alex and Kai, chasing down Orcas with Captain Kendra in Alaska,