Silver Cloud Inn Redmond
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Perth / Australian type cleanliness and "order"!! Lovely beach front bathing/ walking area, huge gardens, large public square -- all conducive to family outings/gatherings. And it was Sunday -so you could see them enjoying these spaces. The Buddhist temple, cultural centre, bookstore ...plus a handcraft store of very good quality Sri Lankan made articles ( I am a lousy tourist - I never buy these beautiful things!!). We stopped and ...
... was dying, on a whim I asked if they had any of their little TVs left (they rent them out, theirs are not in the back of the seat head rest). The flight attendant brought me one and said "don't worry about paying for it we are halfway through the flight now." Well that was cool because we were still able to watch two movies and a couple sitcoms. So there you go!
... longer a given leg would be, he was a great, patient traveler.
I was surprised about Alex in several areas, ones that I had never noticed before. I have always thought of him as being polite, but I never really noticed the extent of it until this trip. As a parent, it made me very proud to see the polite, respectful manner in which he dealt with others, from old friends through to total strangers.
One of my major concerns was how to deal with ...
... how our parents' style influenced how we raise our boys, and a myriad of other things. People came trickling in over the next hour or so - another morning at Camp Kenally.
Once our boys were awake, we started the drawn-out process of packing. Something that I know I could have done in 20 minutes took us almost two hours as we visited, played, snacked, and, oh yes, occasionally packed.
Finally, at 10, it was time to leave. ...
... a sunset to my right and fresh tunes to my left, is how unimposing the city was. We were no less than 20 metres (that's 21.87 yards for you whackos not on the metric system) from a pretty busy overpass road, and we were definitely not the only people out enjoying the late afternoon. And yet, I felt completely at ease, as though I were relaxing on a quiet wharf back in my hometown, away from everything and everyone. Even when I'm walking through the busy streets I have a ...