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... 8217;s a very small space, but we have been spoiled in our accommodation in the last few places so had to cut back a bit here to keep the trip affordable. So Alex got the double room, Ruth and I are in the twin room and Hayley is on the sofa in the living room/kitchen. Then there is a shower room and that’s it, so rather cosy but well-kept and pleasant.
We had a little rest, then went to get a few essentials from the Safeway up the road. I managed to drop the key ...
... the new Planet of the Apes and Vertigo. Must watch them once I'm home! Apparently there's s scene in pulp fiction where John Travolta is given a change of clothes, and he's wearing a UCC shirt, their mascot is the banana slug - also need to check that out. We drive past the Sanoma race way as well which was pretty cool. Bus driver made some awful jokes, and for me to think they're bad, you know they're bad! The last winery ...
This trip to Seattle was totally unexpected. Although my department has another office in Seattle and many of my colleagues have already travelled from/to Taipei/Seattle for many times, this opportunity just never came to me. Finally...it's my turn after being here for almost 3 years!!!
Just got informed to go on a business trip to Seattle only 2.5 days ahead. Didn't have much time to get myself prepared ...
... architecture fascinating. The districts are quite distinctive and it is a real mix of people. We stopped off at the City Hall and museum area which has lovely old buildings. We observed a number of newly weds and one group were very impressed we knew they were dressed in traditional Vietnamese dress (Judith we have you to credit for this). We found some green space with two play areas; needless to say, this was ...
... on Muir Woods National Monument (a nearby redwood forest), an overlook of the Golden Gate Bridge, and Cheesecake Factory above the Macy’s next to Union Square.
The drive is the last leg with any major environmental features. We passed by Mt. Shasta and drove through the Cascades for the final time before dropping down into the central California plains.
I had read a lot about the drought out here, but it’s even ...