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... you just had to do nothing - not true. For a long time, doctors have told us all that exercise is important for a long list of reasons. This is something you are capable of doing, but see your doctor if you have any conditions. There are all sorts of creative ways to work out, and it is amazing that so many people think that exercising needs to be regimented and that it can't be fun. You can accomplish anything you set your mind to, and that is important to believe.
... for a meal and drinks. Ballard was originally a Scandinavian fishing settlement and has undergone a transformation into a trendy suburb with heaps of bars and restaurants. It's also the home of a large number of Australian ex-pats with a great Australian pub selling Australian beer! It was great to have a familiar frothy! I was taken out again last night to experience Monday Night football as the Seattle Seahawks were playing St Louis. It was a ...
... in the Bering Sea. None there for all are in Alaska for the season. We went to the Science Center where we walked around the Space Needle ( have been up it before so skipped going up again). Next to it is a glass museum where we saw some of Huge glass blown displays. Also at the Science Center by the Needle is a huge Science museum with an Imax theater and a music museum. It would take another day or two to see these so may come ...
... stop just outside Downtown. We booked into our rather tatty hotel and headed down to the waterfront for a beer and a burger. We spent our remaining hours in "Going Home" mode but Seattle is a nice city with some nice attractions to visit (did you know the Beatles stayed here?) and some nice bars to drink in. I'm sure we'll spend a couple more days here next year when we return. We even got to have a drive in a lovely, yellow Toyota Prius. ...
Seattle ... When it comes to this place we will remember cold wind and lots of rain! It was like living under a waterfall!
The first day we were there we visited USAs largest car museum in Tacoma. 4 stories of old cars dating back to the early 1900's.
The second day we were in seattle we explored the city centre and did a tour of Boeing. It was very interesting just a pity we couldn't take photos. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking