The Paramount Hotel
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At Seattle it was a quick stop and a change of air craft. the air port was warm and had a good smell of food but no time to eat as I was on another plane ready to leave to Dubai. At Dubai I had had a quick dinner as I was on another plain again. touch down back home 14 hours later. the time was 1:40 and I was getting my keys for my car from the air port car parking office. The drive home seemed to take for ever but I made it and I love the trip i would do it again any day. ...
... up, this unsurprisingly was not going to happen as I tend to avoid dogs anuses wherever possible.
The bus was just a normal coach. The weather had been nice but got bleaker the closer we got to the border. Border control was relatively painless aside from the usual questions and after a bit of a nap we arrived into a drizzly Seattle around 4pm. I was pretty nervous about getting into the city with our bags and shorts and my stupid straw hat (which I now ...
... and safety nonsense here you are free to fall out of the window anytime you wish).
the weather on Friday was wonderful, clear skies and sunny. This is very unusual for Seattle as it is one of the wettest places in the US. We took advantage of this good weather and went up the space needle. Excellent views from the top as far as mount Rainer but not quite clear enough to see Mount St. Helens. we also went to the Pike ...
Seattle welcomed us with its most prominent trademark, rain. Since our host Conner (one of Brett's good friends from university) was arriving in Seattle later that evening we met up with a couple Brett went to university with, Clark and Whitney. We enjoyed a few beers at The Loft bar which was located in the trendy suburb of Ballard. After we met up with another one of Brett's friends ...
... things ill have to skip in this blog ;)
Next morning, found out I'd agreed to go hiking :S Got picked up early by some of Erich's friends (Kari & Eeyore) and went with Mirriam, the other German couchsurfer to Wallace Falls before I'd even had chance to have breakfast or stop my mouth from tasting like a scowering pad.
So that day, hike was only 6 miles or so but felt pretty sketchy (this word ive been hearing a lot of in ...
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