Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... soaking up the home life was just what I needed before taking off the Australia! I even stuck a quick trip to San Francisco in there to squeeze my sister, brother-in-law and pups - more goodbyes. Sunday night my parents hosted a family gathering and I was again reminded of how truly lucky I am to have the supportive family I do. The goodbyes were hard, of course, but it is so nice to know I have them rooting for me. Monday night was my brothers turn and finally today that the ...
Today is Halloween over here in the states, so it has been fun to walk around and enjoy everybody in their costumes. We even got a visit from our very cute upstairs hosts. We had a mermaid, a dragon and Dorothy. They all looked so cute. We went for a wander down to the pier this morning to see the great wheel up close, neither of us were too fussed on paying the $20 fee to ride around for a ...
... they don't open the attachment. We left the ship and collected our bags and were able to say goodbye to Lyn and Graham from Queensland, and walked to the Sheraton hotel which was only 600 metres from the terminal. John carried my small bag and this a great help to me. We arrived at the hotel around 9.45am and had to wait about an hour until our room was ready. We relaxed for a while in our room and cooled down as it was extremely humid outside. At around 12.30 we headed out to see if ...
... it was happy hour and John got talking into having two lots of Happy hour drinks which meant 4 beers. You get one drink at full price and one at a $1 a strange way of doing happy hour I have to say. We went back to our cabin and had so e more wine and got ready for the first of the formal nights. As we were waiting to go to dinner we bumped into Anna, the lady from Finland but who lived now in ...
... better, because you can actually see the Needle). We then went down to the Seattle Center, which has a pretty awesome fountain that dances to the music. We stumbled across a free concert they were doing that evening, so bought some dinner to take with us and set up camp on the field in front of the stage. There were three acts – Cumulus, Kithkin, and Charles Bradley. As my music knowledge doesn’t stretch too far beyond Eminem, I didn’t know these but ...