Ramada Tukwila Southcenter
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Leisurely start today - 10.30am and on board bus, short ride around Seattle, finally arriving at Dock 66. Checked bags in, and then checked ourselves in - my gawd what a process! 2,900 passengers with at least 2 pieces of luggage - the logistics in loading people, baggage, food, liquor is amazing. Once on board and through another security check ( …
... Liz was telling us the water levels were way down.
Leavenworth was set up like a small Bavarian town in the alps. A lovely wee town to walk through set up for visitors. Only issue was the drive didn't agree with me and we had eaten a lovely brekie before hand, you guessed it quite car sick . Still found a freshly baked pretzel and filled up again.
Liz & Tony were the best hosts and we had a lovely time looking around this ...
... questions about the cars. They were really knowledgeable both about the history and the technical innovations of each car. There was also a complimentary photo in a 1932 Buick, so Jody and I climbed in so we would have a Facebook picture to post.
The wildest car they had was a 1960 Rambler station wagon that had been stripped off the frame, and the entire running gear had been replaced with running gear from a Ferrari. It was very ...
... as incredibly pregnant 747s) Los Angeles to Seattle (Day 1) Everett home. They ferry parts of the 787 Dreamliner from the across the world (Mid-Fuselage and Wings from Japan, and Nose section from middle-USA) to Everett for final assembly. I dived out of the car with my camera as soon as it stopped and ran to the fence, as a Dreamlifter was taxying out past us to the main runway to take off for its latest pickup. The Future of Flight centre was quite interesting, being made ...
... entertained over the course of two episodes while an hour of flight time goes by.
The flight itself was fine. Not too much bumpy air, not too many weird smells, only one crying baby somewhere in the back. The FAs weren't grumpy either.
I think we landed more or less on time at SeaTac. They've got a revised system for getting through passport control. U.S. and Canadian passport holders can go to automatic kiosks to scan their passports and answer a ...