Rodeway Inn SeaTac
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As a stop over it is fine. It has a bed, shower, and airport shuttle
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... kids screaming in the fountain, hundreds of adults sitting around
the outside and some sort of Sikh society performing free turban tying.
The playful atmosphere was infectious, and we stopped to
watch the fountain goers for almost ten minutes. The fountain would act out a
calm, trusting dribble, drawing people closer to the large silver dome that
made up its centre. Just as people got comfortable, it turned on all its jets,
shooting water ...
After an early start (5:30 am), we boarded our first of two flights for today. Seattle to Atlanta, and now we're waiting to board our flight to Guatemala City, enjoy route to Antigua for a couple of days of bonding and sightseeing before we get to work on Monday. We're a sleepy but excited ...
... t started my anti-malaria regimen which includes high doses of gin and tonic. Tonic water has quinine, which can help prevent contracting malaria. I need to drink only gin and tonics during this trip, nothing else because everybody knows, you can't drink tonic water without gin.
Freak-out #4- I have 22 movies in my queue and only a 14 hour flight! Apparently Therese won't be working on this flight, she has too many movies to watch.
... taking place as we were sight seeing! I don't think Jamie was amused lol
We are fortunate to be staying with a very nice lady we met on the ship who offered us a bed for the week, so the countryside she lives in is just what we need to recharge batteries, internal and external lol
Ben stayed that night, but had to work in the city, so Sunday he left after lunch
... baseball in the batting cage and then a pub crawl around the local breweries (ending at the Kangaroo and Kiwi pub). The girls enjoyed a slightly less rowdy evening with a quiet dinner, some Christmas craft and then a trip to the Nutcracker Ballet. Both parties had a wonderful time with the girls waking on Sunday morning in a much better state than the boys.
Now to prepare for a trip to the Cabin and get ready for Santa!