SpringHill Suites Seattle South/Renton
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... had a bit of a dilemma, as most people said it was better to go up the 'Columbia Centre' tower instead, so you could see the Space Needle rather than be stood on it, plus it was miles cheaper. But we didn't want to come all the way here and say we didn't go up the Space Needle, so we stuck to our guns and decided we'd go! Our first stop though, was the pub! Yes, the pub at lunch time!! Well, because the weather wasn't great, we decided to go and watch Spain ...
... again WOW.
Got the Monorail through the EMP museum to the downtown area where. We went to a bar and had a few beers and they had a trivia quiz where they,like England cheat and don't spend money
Light rail home and straight to sleep
Tuesday 27th May 2014
last day in Renton today and up early as usual so had early breakfast much quieter than the last couple of days as some of the Memorial Day holiday guests must have checked out got the shuttle ...
... that flexibility is characteristic of nimbleness at our size.
Gossip, surely got to enjoy them, surely got to hate them. Thus several technical ezines have explained this might be within the works for that Vacation. But Phandroid and other sources described in July of the year that Eric Schmidt stated in an interview using the Telegraph:
But lets face it exactly what does ...
... on their patient. This meant there was minimal face to face interaction on the wards but the team did come together for daily 'huddles' (MDT's). In terms of rehab pathways, here each therapist states whether they feel the patient would benefit from a 'rehab consult.' This meant that the rehab team would assess the patient and decide if they were suitable for the acute rehab ward. If they were not suitable, ...
... all that long.
Jake was so friendly and informative we joined him on his second tour of the day taking us round Pioneer square and along the waterfront. He taught us the history behind Chief Seattle and the totem pole of shame that the city still hadn't paid for sitting so impressively in the square.(some old feud between the natives and the settlers)
The waterfront was littered with restaurants and bars with the most entertaining being "Ivans". The owner of ...