Ramada Kent Seattle Area
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- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... 20: Averina Beach Resort, Goa May 21: Overnight in Mysore (no hotel booked) May 22-May 23: Orange County Jungle Lodge, Kabini May 24-May 25: Aleppey backwaters (no hotel booked) May 26-May 27: Kochi (no hotel booked) May 28: Taj Palace Hotel, Dubai May 29: Return to Seattle (return ...
... where I was from etc. Having a chat, Kim comes back, has a bit of a chat. He finally decides to get back to work and we head off try and find a few last things. He was totally gay and trying to crack onto me, ha na probably just nice, doing his job. Shopping finished, we headed to the info desk to ask where a cab rank was. He said he would order one for us and to wait at this entrance, it would be about 15 minutes. ...
... So they started raising the street levels to
avoid flooding, as well as putting in some proper sewerage systems, which would apparently take 8-10 years. This was all well and good for the government, but not so great for the
business owners and merchants in the district who wanted to get back down to
business. So, the shop owners rebuilt immediately, and the city was slowly
raised around them over the course of several years. For a while the street ...