Travelodge Seattle University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... up in the in resort district. She's up here studying law so we were on our own for the night. I called up my good friend Dustin, and he invited us to a friend's house for dinner, then a concert. Happily accepting, we talked with Misha for a little bit and were on our way. Dustin picked us up and took us north to his friend's house. He had made two huge pork roasts and veggies. It was a really delicious meal and got us all set for the ...
... easy because the guy in front of me was Mr. Recliner, who kept trying to make it recline more (though, to be fair, the flight attendant asked everyone to put their seats up during the meal service, and he did)), hauled myself out of my seat and stood in the aisle. Priya, meanwhile, is looking at my me like, What are you doing?, and then wouldn't get up and indicated I should sit back down. Sigh. So I did. But then she looked like was going to throw up and she said "sugar" a ...
... etc, then a nice sandwich for lunch. Afternoon was relaxing, starting off with the Farmers Market, very similar to ours with many people, lots of stalls, and on the edge of a park. We 4 then went to a large shopping mall to see if a camera is able to be fixed due to a little drop earlier on in the tour, but no go till we get home to Aussie. We had a look at the all Electric Car, very nice too, then a look at the large ...
... 30. He stuck around for an hour or so before we went our separate ways and we vowed to make contact with him in Sydney before we arrive. Fingers crossed that he'll have the barbecue lit and the beers in the fridge. Putting common sense and past experience of deflated Monday nights aside, Junior and I then decided that we'd started drinking and would quite like to continue. First stop was a restaurant that the hostel's receptionist recommended. One thing that ...
... like Austin powers. If you need help and ask someone for directions, they will want to know where you are from, what you are doing, advise that they have always wanted to go to England and say how much they like your accent. I am flattered, but I am sometimes in a hurry and I don't always have time to have a conversation. It is nice though and I was surprised at how well my accent went down. Something good about being British! - In supermarkets, I can pack my own bag. I don't need ...