Residence Inn By Marriott Seattle Northeast-Bothell
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... at the FCC restaurant where we ate on the rooftop terrace with a view of the river. The traffic was amazing with lots of motorbikes and tuk tuks. There seem to be no rules and people were driving all over the road. We had so much fun! Our tuk tuk driver waited for us to take us back.
The lack of sleep was finally catching up with us and we went to bed.
... or such like. The trouble with having such a good time is that was a week ago and writing up now is a much harder drain on the memory cells!
The conductor for our corridor was called Robin and she was a joy. Happy to help with information,making up the bed and arrangements generally. As sleeping car passengers we did get free coffee,tea,juice and fruit and first bookings of meals. I did do the wine tasting ...
... and were surrounded by "flying" paraphernalia. Back in Seattle, we meandered the Market again which was bustling with people this time. Went down Post Alley where bubble gum has been plastered all over the brick walls of the alley. It's amazing and gross at the same time, and certainly very colorful! After enjoying a relaxing Italian dinner in memory of our Italian travels together, we headed back to our hotel to prepare for our Alaskan Cruise and dream about the ...
The weather forecast for today was dreadful, and it did start out wet. I walked up the hill to Mass at the Cathedral of St. James, and the rain was blowing sideways in the wind the whole way. After Mass it was still soggy, but seemed to be slowing down. Despite the drizzle and wind, I saw a guy drinking his coffee and reading the paper at an outside table by a coffee shop. They grow them tough (or ...
We are almost ready to embark on our second long-distance road trip. This time around we are heading south to the canyonlands of Southern Utah, the Grand Canyon, Southern California, Big Sur, Yosemite, and the California Redwood Coast. We planned out 17 days on the road and approximately 4000 miles!
We will be sending you reports from the road along with pictures and maybe some reviews of hotels and attractions. This year we're even ...