Travelodge Seattle University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... morning we were up at 5:00 so we could catch the 5:40 hotel shuttle to the airport. We got checked in easily and quickly went thru security as we all had TSA Pre-Check. We then stopped at Starbucks for breakfast before heading to the gate. Our Southwest flights to Oakland and then on to Columbus were both good and we even got in a few minutes early. On the way home from the airport we stopped at the Steak 'n Shake at Polaris for supper.
Our original plan today was to spend another day in Seattle then tomorrow drive around the Olympic National Park and stay over on the Washington coast, however, the weather forecast for tomorrow and the next few days looks pretty bad (but lots of rain will hopefully put out many of the wildfires - yay!), so we decided to skip the day in Seattle and take a day trip to Olympic so not to miss ...
... quite small but the
piece of salmon was a good, big size. This time the place had expanded probably
tripling in size but the size of the piece of salmon had decreased! But it was
We went to a lumberjack show that was really interesting.
Young college students competed with each other in chopping, sawing, climbing
and log rolling. These activities were all the techniques that men used in the
... sci-fi. A
lot of the horror movies were really old, so I hadn’t seen most of them; but
they had some information on what makes people enjoy horror movies and being
scared and the neuroscientist in me found that to be pretty interesting. The
sci-fi area was also cool, but again a lot of stuff that I was not familiar
with since I have not (please don’t get angry) seen Star Wars or a lot of the
majorly popular sci-fi movies. I did see an original copy ...
... br> I enjoyed seeing the wider Boeing factory, as with 43,000 employees, it is like a little town in itself. It has its own fire department, 9 coffee shops, cafeterias which dish out 22,000 meals a day. The factory operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, constantly making the aircrafts.
I learned that the airplanes are usually unloaded at night, because there are less workers around then, and it is easier to manoeuvre the plane out the huge roller doors ...