Skyway Inn Hotel
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... material in his cardboard box. Kevin's bike, on the other hand, will need some work. His rear hub, headset, and rear rim will need attention so our first destination will be a bicycle shop tomorrow morning. We plan on setting out tonight after my bike arrives and stealth camping in the ...
... writing about these people and a part of me thinks I should accept that the different class scale and (silly) healthcare system in America make the streets a more diverse and sometimes utterly mental place to be and move on, but I don’t want to. Plus if I go a day without using the word tramp my blogs will lose all meaning.
I’ve written about this before but the Lonely Planet’s restaurant choices are generally utter bobbins. ...
... quicker. It was interesting that both times I sat next to a "new" grandma. The first lady was on her way to meet a new granddaughter who had just been born that morning. The second woman was returning home to Seattle after spending three months with her daughter following the birth of her first child. She was struggling with leaving and was close to tears throughout the flight. ...
... the world for dinner up the road at another Halloween styled restaurant for comfort food before passing out very early that night.
We rose early to walk to the International Rose Test Gardens and spent an hour or so walking around enjoying the names and smells of the roses growing there. There were a fair few, but it was clear that we just caught the end of the season; I can't imagine how beautiful it would be in its peak. While walking back to the bus ...
I just left my family at the security checkpoint and I'm sitting at Gate S15 in the SeaTac airport, about to set off on the first leg of my great adventure. It smells of delicious french fries, which is slightly waning my feeling of homesickness, at least for the moment. 5 months and a week. It's the longest I've ever been away from home (the longest before this was less than three months) and the longest someone should ever have ...