SpringHill Suites Seattle South/Renton
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... our tickets, we arrived around 12:15pm. One of the things we came to see was a movie on Great White Sharks in the iMax theatre there. I haven't loaded photos onto my iPad yet but I will so that you guys can enjoy the photos of us in our ridiculous glasses. William was looking forward to this day of exploring all week. He had the opportunity to pull, poke, push, twist, lift anything he wanted to. There were lots of exhibits that ...
... so stopped in for some afternoon tea. It was seriously nice :). After filling up on food, we headed back to the hotel.
They had a room ready for us when we got back, and so we headed up and slumped on our beds with the TV on. Very becoming. We decided that the area we were staying in wasn't exactly the nicest area, nor would be considered the tourist district, and so found a place that would deliver dinner to our room.
I had ordered a penne with ...
... hair. He looked at least
25, and I couldn’t believe it when he told me he was 19. Seb joined us for some
cards and we made a jolly trio for a while, until one of the Australians on the
pub crawl returned. His name was Daniel and he was hell bent on making us come
out with him and re-join the pub crawlers. No matter how many times we told him
we wouldn’t he just kept on, saying that we should just come to the first place
they went to, ...
... 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 ...
... full, as we saw one poor guest found out.
The film was most interesting, and gave us a good overview of what we would see later, then we boarded the shuttles to go to the actual factory. You walk what seems like miles of underground passages then emerge onto a walkway above the factory floor and actually watch planes being built. The floor area makes it the largest building in the world by volume ...