Red Lion Inn & Suites Kent
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the communicating for us because I spoke Spanish fairly well and the Brazilians could understand it. The Canadians spoke no Spanish.
The police chief greeted us with a big smile and welcomed us into his office. I don’t think he had travelers wander into this neighborhood often. He spoke some English and was proud to use it. We had just started our conversation with him and a young man was brought in by another officer in handcuffs. Our smartly dressed police ...
... the unit is massive. Denis figures 40-45 feet, Class A. Another neighbour came over as he was settling in and said I don't even want to ask what something like that might cost. The neighbour freely told him around $300,000 and then when asked how long he's had it, the neighbour said 8 hours and he's still getting used to the size. Think he said he'd traded in a 35 foot. We certainly are small in comparison.
... wall which had 1000’s of pieces of gum on which people were constantly adding too. It produced a great diversity of colour in the wall. We decided to go for a coffee at The Alley Café, which looked onto the alley where the gum wall was located. I had a London Smog (Earl Grey, Espresso, Vanilla Syrup and milk), it was incredible, tasting neither like Earl Grey or Coffee, it found a perfect mix between the two. I am definitely going to try to make this when I get ...
... They had some really cool exhibits on Kurt Cobain/Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, horror movies (It freaked our undies) and then you even got to see how music is produced and had a go yourself at generating some tunes. We have no talent in this domain.
The weather (a light drizzle, but nothing to stop you from enjoying yourself) didn't disappoint us as we ventured ...
Moving was a lot more emotional than I thought it would be. It's not the attachment to stuff, but I enjoy building a space to call home. Driving behind the Uhaul from Seattle to Idaho, filled with almost everything I own, was a giant wake up ...