SpringHill Suites Seattle South/Renton
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... 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 ...
... door!!! The sandwiches were incredible. We had a New Yorker. Proper corned beef, pastrami, swiss cheese and mustard. You should gave seen the amount of meat on this!!!! I told Liz we would not need to eat again today. Needless to say I couldn't quite finish mine. After that, we headed for the ferry terminal and went to Bainbridge Island. The trip took 30 minutes and cost us $8 bucks each return!!!! Talk about cheap!! Had a quick look around the town ...
... next part wasn't as easy. When we arrived in Chicago I went and got changed out of my Air Canada required business attire, and checked in with United for the next leg. As it turned out, the world's seventh busiest airport became our home for most of the day. When we turned up for our first flight to Seattle, we were close to the bottom of the standby list. Just when things were looking bleak, the agent called my name, handed me a boarding pass....and then the agent next to him said ...
... Uwajimaya, founded in 1920. Later, for dinner, we went to the trendy part of town, Capitol Hill for a nice home made pasta meal.
L'Elena ha fet deures d'anglès i l'Ariana de Ciències. Però, no tenim temps per perdre, en Brad, el cosí de'n John ens espera per anar a fer vela al llac Washington. Fa bastant vent i no hi estem gaire. El club de vela és a un parc molt bonic amb platja ...
... and took off at 1:18. Problems began immediately. All off the windows were stuck on the fully dimmed position (787 windows are electronically controlled; there’s no conventional window shade as you find on all other planes). The in-flight entertainment system shut off. I didn’t like taking off with all the windows in full dim mode. I like to look out as we climb to see the scenery below.
The time change to Japan is 15 hours forward, so ...