Silver Cloud Inn Mukilteo
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... going to get a side of fries with that. So I ended up getting a prawn salad with avocado and mango. It was pretty nice, although I could have done with more avocado and less mango (I do not know why I have such a dislike for the fruit.) After I'd expertly separated it from the rest of my meal (I was not playing with it, Jesse) I really enjoyed it! I don't think I'd even eaten avocado as smooth as that until then, but the following night I was lucky enough to have some ...
... good. Then we got dressed for dinner and headed up to the Crows Nest for drinks. I have drunk too much again and this is not good, I had Two alcoholic lemonades, 3 cocktails and a glass of red wine, far too much, I am going to have to stop all this when we get home. While we were having our dinner tonight we watched the lunar eclipse of the blood moon. It was really great watching the moon slowly but completely disappear, just wish I could have photographed ...
... taken. Too tired to really get engaged reading or playing solitaire, but not tired enough to go into a deep sleep in a noisy plane cabin, we mostly just had to grit our teeth and know that soon we would be relaxing at home watching our kitties inspect our luggage and all the strange aromas we'd brought home with us.
Finally, after a trip to baggage claim and a short cab ride, we were home! Did we really just get ...
... again, as we did in San Francisco, as we intend to see most of the sights around Seattle in our few days here – using the first tickets at the Museum of Flight. So we head in, and it’s huge! There are life size models of the planes, helicopters, plus space modules, engine cross sections, plus some cockpits you can even sit in. We spend awhile here before going over to a children’s ...
... our rucksacks for more than 10 minutes and it wasn't fun. Got the train into downtown Seattle which was an absolute bargain at $2.75 each - that journey would have cost about a tenner in London. Then a 25 minute walk to the hostel which felt like forever ( think we need to offload some weight in our rucksacks). Spent the afternoon exploring Seattle in the blazing ...