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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Cheese). We did see the location of the original Starbucks (well, not a lot of tourists know it’s actually the 4th location) – we’re not fans so didn’t get a coffee there but we did find the original logo pretty interesting – the same siren but with exposed breasts rather than the current hair draped ones. The kids did pretty well considering and the adults were stuffed full of excellent food by the end. We ...
My brother Jason was waiting us at Seattle airport and we checked into the Sheraton hotel in downtown Seattle. In the evening we had a cocktail banquet with the Jeunesse group in the hotel. And next day morning we had excellent breakfast before leaving for the port, where our cruise ship Rhapsody of the Seas would depart at 4PM. This was the 1st day of our cruise.
... mine was absolutely delicious Jackies was a bit basic.The waiter was very good and a bit gay what a fabulous belated birthday from my wonderful wife and what a stunning panoramic view WOW
went up to the observation deck then got the lift down and went to the EMP museum again a belated birthday present and again a great place,loved the Jimi Hendrix in London exhibit and the guitar tower went in the horror and fantasy exhibits and the guitar through the ...
... epic day.
After the game people were spewing out onto the streets and going nuts singing and chanting, there were some guys climbing on trees and light poles, people in cars out the window on the roof you name it. Plenty of riot police around read to step in but everyone was just having a belter or a good time and there was no issues.
Monday we were feeling a little hungover from the Super Bowl festivities it must ...
... his custom built Chevelle. When he dropped me off, he advised me "try to not get ****in shot." My next ride was another short 30 miler from a construction worker. He complained to me of a routine mundane circular existence of hard physical labor with a discontented home life and seemed to find vicarious pleasure in my newly found freedom. He dropped me in the town of Floodwood Minnesota, population 600, and gave me a sandwich and cold pop. I stopped in the town visiting center for a ...