Magnuson Hotel Hammond
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... Mile which is exactly like 5th avenue in New York. It was filled with designer shops and clothing outlets. We only spent a little time here and quickly moved onto the harbour. We went back to Navy Pier and started the walk back to our hotel. The walk along the harbour was beautiful. On one side you had the lake with really posh and expensive boats and on the other side you had greenery from the parks and the ...
... etc. We did it all. We had incredible cultural enlightenments and saw a different side of the world. After getting our luggage we went out to see our families waiting for us and then we went straight home to see all our pictures and create this incredible blog.
We also had to calculate all the money we spent on this lovely adventure. These calculations were all placed in the individual country blog entries, ...
... from Kylee while looking for a cab to the museum. She was hungry and tired. Our adventure to the museum was the longest and most expensive cab ride to date. Once again we used our City Pass and got right into the Museum. Today, we were meeting up with Jodi's friend Karyn and her son Harrison. As we entered we decided to get lunch. Once again lunch was expensive. We started at the top with our scheduled simulator show. Once we arrived at the simulator, ...
... bigger and my eyebrows raised higher. These little beasts from hell live to suck blood from humans, and are near impossible to kill, especially in a big old house as ours. They live in anything fabric, wood or wall. One of my housemates has been through this before, and is still suffering from Bedbug-PTSD. However, it also meant he knew what to do: turn the whole place upside down, throw away anything you don't want ...
Food etiquette is to sample everything. Pretend to eat or fake health issues if you see something on your plate that you know you cannot ingest. You must 'save face' of your host. Your behavior & trustworthiness as a human is being judged. Encourage others to eat more; this is considered a sign of politeness.
For toasting in China hold the glass with both hands, one flat ...