Ramada Tukwila/SeaTac Airport
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....I think that description comes from the older Arabian days /Knights??...but still apt today given it has the world's largest mall!! Dubai is the second largest of the seven United Arab Emirates - but has the largest population of >2 million. Majority of city's residents are foreign workers from all parts of the world...working in the tourist/service industry. Dubai is known for its incredible ...
... to not accompany me to Antarctica, which she now regrets). Others who have been to India say it is both fascinating and depressing and MUST be seen. So here we go.
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... a bit more after the tour ended and then headed to a Seattle landmark – the Space Needle. The outside elevator and viewing platforms gave great views of Seattle and the Puget Sound plus the obligatory cheesy group photo. At the base of the Needle was a Dale Chihuly glassworks exhibition that was spectacular. (Except that Cameron was having a major strop and was on a mission to smash things. He actually got a hand in one of the vases and I had a ...
... on our honeymoon.
We had dinner with good friends who have done a similar trip. Hearing people that have experienced long, multi-country trips is invaluable. We also had a sit down with a travel consultant from Rick Steves office where tips for transportation, routes and hidden European towns that are must sees were recommended. We also took the time to try on back-packs from REI, waited for their annual sale and purchased travel ...
... and who should answer, but the missing Mooney, and they were just about to land. I told the pilot that Flight Service was looking for them, but that I would report them safe. I then called back to Flight Service and shared the good news. I could immediately tell in the Flight Service person's tone of voice that I had provided them a great relief. I can't imagine what it's like to have to help search by phone and radio for an overdue ...