Sumner Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today was a driving to Seattle day. Zoe is still very much under the weather with the cold she caught off me. She slept a lot of the way to Seattle when took a bit over 5 hours with a stop for lunch. We did take a slight detour on the I5 to the 205 to avoid the centre of Portland city - it was a bit longer but far less congested (this route was suggested by Tyler's Dad). We were on the Interstate (never less than two lanes each way and often four lanes each way) for most of the ...
... the sea lions, because San Francisco was pretty void of the creatures. We took the Westport- Puget Island ferry across the Columbia River, arriving in Washington state. Got a very good look at Mt. St. Helens, which erupted in 1980. We are using Sumner, WA. as a base to see Seattle, Mt. Rainier and Olympia, ...
... br> The third well known sight of Peru is Lake Titicaca, on the border of Peru and Bolivia. It is often called the highest navigable lake in the world, sitting at 12,507 feet of elevation. It is noted for its series of floating islands made of reeds, where people live. It has become a major tourist attraction. We will not be visiting that area on this trip. Maybe we will have to come back sometime to see the lake and also Bolivia which is not on my "countries visited" list yet!
... s. I'd love to have pictures to show you of the Factory tour, but there are absolutely NO cameras allowed. It's really difficult, also, to convey the size and scale of the building. Our first stop was to the 747 and 767 assembly line and, to give you an idea of the size of the building, there were two fully-assembled 747s and a number more at various stages of assembly in the 747 line. Down towards the end of the building was a smaller line - for the 767s. We stood for some ...
... across Lake Washington from the air. They are about 3.5 km long and 'float' on the water (certainly appear to). Not sure of the physics and engineering behind them but they look good and we would like to drive across them on our next time in Seattle.
We collected our hire car, drove to our hotel and settled in for our overnight stay . Feeling tired after a very long day we ordered room service from Bella ...