Ramada Kent Seattle Area
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- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our last two days in the Seattle area were busy and fun. I have a cousin and his wife, Daryl and Barbara Schlick, who live in downtown Seattle -- in fact, their condo overlooks Elliott Bay and Puget Sound -- how perfect is that! Daryl has a sailboat, which he keeps in the Elliott Bay Marina right downtown next to the cruise ship piers, and he and Dan went sailing yesterday afternoon. Needless to say, ...
Who would have thought it would take all day to see two mountains, but it did. We left Kelso, Washington and made what appeared to be a short drive into Mt. St. Helens. Unfortunately our directions only took us to the closest visitor center not the location closest to the mountain. So many miles later we arrived at the Johnston Ridge Observatory, named after the scientist who died in the blast from the eruption. Mt. St. Helens ...
... have bought it but an American woman came up and said that she wanted that one p, as I really didn't care I let it go but she was so rude about it I should have insisted just on principle but I was not in the mood. I did see a sandalwood fan with cranes on it so I bought that and some calligraphy brushes. The rest of the day was spent relaxing until we sailed away. We went out to watch the sail away and had a reasonably good time, unfortunately John joined us and ...
... button for that.) But even better was the some-type-of-Eastern-European-guy and his wife sharing the center four seats with Nathan and me (no offence to Eastern Europeans, just this dude.) So, they turned it on, stared at the 10 language choices, and then gave up. Didn’t even pick one and start guessing. At one point, I looked over and the lady had gotten a bit further, deciding Arabic was as good a choice as any (and I guess when you speak zero ...
... canyon floor. This coupled with my fear
of heights made it for a nerve-wracking crossing but once I was used to the sway of the bridge I felt more comfortable.
Once over the bridge you can take a walkway around the area raised about halfway up the
huge forest trees. Plenty of fresh air and epic views from a new cliff walk and yet more sheer drops for me to worry about! We spent about half ...