Travelodge Seattle University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to walk around with butterflies fluttering
around me. Sadly, none of them landed on me. I blame the kid nearby that
stepped on one of them. He probably made them more cautious.
After the science center, I went over to the EMP which was
my very favorite of the day. They had a lot of really cool exhibits. I started
out through the fantasy exhibit and saw some art and costumes for old fantasy
movies and whatnot. Next up was the old horror movie exhibit ...
... br> There isn’t a whole lot to see out the window as we go once we get past the US, just ocean and some small islands. I do what I have to and occupy my mind watching shows and helping myself to a little map in the seat back in front of me. I have no idea what it says but it looks cool so it’s now mine! The pilot and flight attendants come on every now and then to make flight announcements, which is funny because they first do it ...
Our first full day in the U.S. of A and we prepare to board the Carnival Legend for seven days at sea, exploring the Alaskan coast. Initial thoughts on America? People are soooo polite! It is refreshing and makes you realise how politeness has become undervalued at home in Northern Ireland. Also, they really know how to do breakfast in the States. Team Thompson enjoyed digging into Birchers' Muesli (one of the ...
... hear how Boeing became such a monopoly it was forced to break apart in the 20s. The engine division actually became Pratt and Whitney while everything else focused on manufacturing, design, and flight training. Then in the 30s the founder was so aggravated with the U.S. Government (shocker) he sold all his shares in the companies and left the business entirely. Luckily though the company stuck around to help us all visit the far corners of the world today. And help win WWII ...
... Very apt I must say. It was lovely and the view of the peak covered in fresh snow was really something else. We hiked a trail called the skyline trail which gains about 1500 ft elevation, we got up to kind of the foot of the peak if that makes sense - the bit where the snow starts anyway! The views along the hike itself, across the meadows, down the ridges, up to the peak and the cascade range and looking in the other direction over the Tatoosh range, Mount ...