The Paramount Hotel
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... seat! Thankfully Alaska Airlines has a secret room full of seats in all sizes for this very situation. We made our way to the hotel in Bellevue, a quick bite to eat then off to Cousin Mike's house to meet up with family. A nice afternoon chatting and visiting. Now back to the hotel, everyone is ...
... disgusting at once! We told them not to touch anything as we walked by, although I did take Cole's picture near it. We went to the aquarium next, which was kind of a waste of money as the boys flew through it, moody and tired. The seals and river otters were all sleeping as well so they were not interesting to see. Outside the aquarium we regrouped on the waterfront trying to get everyone back on track. Deciding we couldn't do everything, but wanting to see more we decided to ...
... not unreasonable $9 meant that you got ¾ of a pint of Spirits and ¼ coke. It turned out to be a great night out although it seemed that in a gay club peoples boundaries were a little more blurred as I had my ass and chest grabbed on more than one occasion but I suppose I should take it more as a complement.
Anyway, waking up the next day a little worse for wear I had breakfast then after spending a few hours sorting bits and pieces out, headed to a folk festival ...
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... located just west of Seattle houses the Islandwood School--my sustainability destination for this stop on the tour. The Islandwood School delivers the 4 days of required outdoor education (Washington State Law) for public school students. As is the case in many urban school districts, the majority of Seattle Public Schools do not have the budget for the required hours and for years schools had ...