Residence Inn Seattle Bellevue
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... was? It's the Boeing factory north of Seattle in Everett. First opened in1967 it now manufactures around seventy five percent of the worlds flying fleet, 24 hours a day. 747, 767, 777 & 787's are guided along a very slow moving conveyor belt, trolley scaffolding carrying engineers desk and manufacturing tools moves along with the planes skeleton as over six million parts come together to form a flying machine. Have you ever had someone tell you that you can't go to the toilet for ...
... and sites. Now we're going to a single city, with only two full days to explore at our leisure (well, besides hanging out with the Angel office people in the evenings!) No doubt, London must be packed with must-do's and must-see's, but given the opportunity, I would love to have taken off a full week after this to explore more of the area.
Well, off to bed for me!
... amp; went to find a thrift store for some waterproofs & warmer clothes. Still waiting for bank paperwork so I had to book a few more days at the hostel. In the evening red bull were doing a gig across the road so we got in for free (not entirely sure how) & enjoyed free vodka & red bull all night - made for a messy but great fun evening. 2 of the Aussies were going to Vancouver as well, so I'd found some buddies yahoo! The next day, ever so ...
... pretty much on every other corner. The sad thing about the US is that the health care system is very expensive. That means there are a lot of people who suffer mental illnesses, can't afford therapy, are unemployable and end up on the street appearing as 'crazies'. The combination of mental illness and drug usage can compel them to act in a manner contrary to social norms. One man in the train station next to me suddenly say up and yelled ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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