Silver Cloud Inn Tacoma
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Captain Mike was great...one certainly needs a lot of energy for that role and he wowed us with his bad joke, stories and singing. Yes, we sang on the Duck bus. Emma kept asking 'how do you know that song'. We explained we do know some things she hasn't told us!
Onto the monorail to make the trip downtown and walk along 5th Ave (the other end). We made our way to Pioneer Square, but decided to skip the Underground Tour as the kids ...
Greetings from somewhere in University Place. I'm all packed, but Ben is dragging his feet a bit. We're gathering up reading materials to put on our electronic devices... I will not be getting to a computer again until I arrive in Europe. A special au revoir mon ami to Marilyn. If you hadn't heard, Ben was in a car accident ...
... seemed to settle into a dazed happiness as we drove west out of Minnesota on August 14th and made our way, in 2 1/2 days, through North Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Washington. A somewhat grueling drive for all, and pretty much the opposite of the pace we want to set for the remainder of our year, but worth it to make it in time for Brenda and Meagan's big day. Seattle has been the perfect first destination. Lovely, lively ...
... I was issued BusinessFirst Seat 4D. After boarding the 787 for my third flight on a Dreamliner (I was aboard the first United 787 flight last November plus the seventh flight the next day), the captain announced our departure would be slightly delayed due to an on-board medical kit that needs to be replaced. He also announced a flight time of 11:13 to Tokyo.
I’m quite happy with my seat. It’s an aisle seat in the middle section in ...
... balls in the bin or flip bread tags) on things I wanted to do and if that was sit in coffee shops reading sometimes so be it!
I had bit of a mishap crossing the border aswell (something I was already soo scared of) cause my passport hadn't been stamped by customs getting on my train. Soo scary. Rather than reassuring a panic eyed 18 year old the guy who was sorting the problem kept saying "If we don't have track of you, you're illegally in this country ...