Silver Cloud Hotel Bellevue - Eastgate
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... and took off at 1:18. Problems began immediately. All off the windows were stuck on the fully dimmed position (787 windows are electronically controlled; there’s no conventional window shade as you find on all other planes). The in-flight entertainment system shut off. I didn’t like taking off with all the windows in full dim mode. I like to look out as we climb to see the scenery below.
The time change to Japan is 15 hours forward, so ...
... play jelly-on-a-plate by sitting on a float (apparently floats are not for sitting on) and letting her get beyond arms’ length. I’m pretty sure this last rule developed out of another . . . the gloriously ironic regulation that non-swimmers can’t wear arm-bands for fear their parents rely on them to keep their charges afloat, only to see them sink without trace. Clearly in this instance the parent has committed the felony of allowing darling ...
... 140 for lunch, so this has got to be special. And it is, it really is. Elliot’s claim to fame (besides oysters to die for) is the fact that it supports seafood that is 100% sustainable and locally caught or farmed. They even compost the oyster shells – which is no small feat considering they shuck about 7000 of them a WEEK!! For my part I ordered a petite half dozen – 4 Kumamoto’s and 2 others. Kumamoto’s won the taste test ...
With Sylvia's brother Sherwin's wedding only a week away we drove down to Seattle with their parents for a short visit. The Vancouver sun gave way to intermittent Washington rain, but the gorgeous forests loomed large. Unfortunately most of the mountains were shrouded in cloud.
The skies cleared ...
... helping me out! You know who you are!
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services