Skyway Inn Hotel
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... from around there, and it's the home of grunge. We just loved it.
The weather is amazing. They were going through a bit of a heat-stroke, while we were there, but IT'S NOTHING compared to Houston humidity, and the nights are nice and cool.
One cool thing about Seattle is you can see Mt. Rainer from every single angle, and then some of the city.
Mt. Rainer is the highest mountain of the North Cascades mountain range, and ...
... arranged an escort for us in order to enter the port (unfortunately a legal requirement @ a cost to us) and before long we were driving away in Champ - a good feeling to see her as we left her.
But in every ointment there is a fly - as we started travelling we were finding that there were things missing from our storage cupboards - we had been burgled, not a break in as such - they had just helped themselves to our things, pots and pans, kitchen equipment, ...
... of the armrest. Oh, well. At least it was soft.
We were given dinner ... and I use the term loosely. I had "tortiglioni in pesto" and it was the saddest looking bunch of pasta I've ever seen. A tray of naked rigatoni-like tubes, and a blodge of green stuff in the middle. And thinking about it now, I believe the things that I thought were pine nuts were actually sunflower seeds. It didn't taste bad, but the presentation left a lot -- a ton! -- to be desired. It ...
... factory, except needles to say everything here is massive and huge. = eg, 1600 bicycle for employers to ride around the factory, all huge numbers. What an experience, thanks so much for taking us Caroline and Mike. We then travelled back to the island where we had a cup of coffee at Starbucks, then back home just on 1600, where I got the bike out and went for another ride for an hour or so, it is so nice to go for a nice ride through the Pioneer Parkland just behind Caroline ...
A wonderful week spent in Seattle with the kind lady we met on the ship. We used her house as a base. So good to have Ben to meet us at the Amtrak station and to take us round to different places.
I was most impressed with a region called Snoqualmie falls and National park.The majestic mountains still had snow on the peaks, and the rivers running rapidly with the melted snow.I covered this part on a previous entry.
On the Monday Paul and I went ...