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Our first stop in Seattle was REI. It is much larger than the one in Ann Arbor. The AAA Tourbook said it had a rock climbing wall and mountain bike test track. The rock climbing wall is only open sporadically for $20-$40. The outdoor test track looked like fun. There is a waterfall feature on the property as well.
Finding parking near Pike Place Market wasn’t easy, so we ended up in a hospital’s parking garage at Spring and ...
... had drinks, and laughed all night. It was nice and low key which was perfect to be able to just hang out with everyone. The party continued the next night were we all went to Mid Town Bar and Grill in Bonney Lake. Really nice they had a free private room we rented out that had the college UW game on and gave us our own waiter which worked out so nice. Kacey, Jessica, Ysabel, Beth, Rob, Joy, Trent, Christine, and Jeff were a few that were able ...
... the passengers, the Captain made to decisive changes for which we should be eternally grateful. The first was that they cancelled the Sitka visit. This Town is situated on the open seas coastline and would have involved us taking ...
... that yes, it is cold. We settled into our room (which is huge, as it is accessible). Very nice, with two beds and a fold out couch. We ate dinner at the buffet again and then went to the welcome to the cruise show. That was cute. A lot of grown adults running around the stage and singing. And then we had the nick toons come out too! Ang, spongebob, Patrick, Sandy, Dora, and Diego. I'm more ...
... Bathroom Designers:
Have you ever actually used one of your bathrooms, or is it all just theoretical as far as you're concerned? More often than not, your designs lack practicality. I humbly offer some guidelines for improvement.
1. Placement of toilet paper. Toilet paper should be placed between six and ten inches away from the toilet. And by "away from," I mean "in front of" or "to the side of" not "behind." I shouldn't have to lean ...