Ramada Tukwila/SeaTac Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... met Caroline Reel. Our Re-Tracing the steps trip took place in May and June of 2013 and was as close as we could make it to his original itinerary. We took a train from London to Portsmouth in the south of England and from there crossed the channel by ferry to Caen – from there we took a train to Bayeux, an inland little town just a few miles from the Normandy coast and Omaha Beach, where Gus had landed. We walked the sandy beaches of Omaha, Gold and Juno and the ...
... us from previous cruises. We must have been extra messy.
Many of the pics attached are from our suite 1118. We unpack and head to the Martini Bar where I carve a heart in the frosted bar top. The Muster drill is in half an hour then on to the sail-away party at the Sunset Bar..
Next the sail away.
... is pretty stable with the occasional boulder to evade.
The difficulty with the hike is that the caves are so dark that any light is quickly absorbed by the cave. It is very surreal, it felt like a strange mix between re-entering the womb and half expecting Indiana Jones to come careening around a corner being chased by a giant boulder.
After the exertion we headed towards Seattle and ate lunch at a true old school diner. It was off ...
... food and drink etc all included despite it only being a 1 hour flight.
After a quick, cheap and cheerful ride on the tram into the centre of Seattle, passing both sports stadiums along the way (we later discovered that we helped to pay for them as one of the many taxes you pay when you buy stuff there), we arrived at our hotel. Another upgrade was offered and we were extremely happy with our room. We dined next door and plotted our couple of days in Seattle.
With being unemployed at the moment, I needed to do something to challenge myself. I have literally not had one minute of down time, which is good. I have had plenty of things to do around the house and farm with taking care of calves, cleaning, digging holes to perk test the property for future building, helping out at high school wrestling practices, but I really needed to do something ...