Oyster Bay Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Hill. I met some interesting people from the hostel including a War vet traveling to try and get his head right after coming back. After introducing all the foreigners to fireball whisky (curiously also the Canadians) and waiting in line far too long for the bartender I headed back to the hostel with a few Germans and a Dutch girl and we made noodles and talked about our future travel plans. It was really fun and by this point I needed to sleep badly and at 2am I departed for my ...
... and sore feet, the desire to go all the way was growing. Anne made it plain "Once we pass someone, I don't want them to then pass us."
Two miles in. Two rather easy miles. I was surprised how with a little competition and adrenaline, my drive to push further was intoxicating. At mile 2.5 we had passed about 50 folks.
Most of these folks weren't in it to win it, but were still out there to give ...
... went back finally finding the blue line bus. We got onboard and headed over the Huangpu River to the Financial district. We drove over the Nanpuu Bridge which had a corkscrew ramp that got you onto the bridge. I was not in a good position to get any good photos but I did get the odd one or two. The bus stopped at stop 12 which was at the Oriental Pearl TV station tower, a landmark in Shanghai, but the line was so long John and I ...
... the weather gods must have spoken because the roof started to open, revealing the beautiful skyline view of downtown Seattle. For those of you who don't follow Major League Baseball, Felix is my personal favorite and one of the best pitchers in baseball. The Mariners lost but I felt like a winner!
Next morning the rain followed me out I-90 east until I crossed the mountains into ...
... has to offer.
That’s it, a full rundown of my American adventure. As per the rest of the blog posts I’ve had to come up with some quote to sign off and since Seattle was home to three men who changed the world in their own ways I guess ill end with three quotes:
Bruce Lee: “If you love life, don't waste time, for time is what life is made up of.”