Sumner Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up. We shared our stories from the park and the vendor shared his stories too (of inside and outside the park). After our story swapping Ible had asked if he had anything from Yellowstone. At first the vendor could not think of anything that he had that could be from Yellowstone, but we could see from the face that he made that something had dawned upon him. The vendor had told us that he did indeed have something from Yellowstone, something from the early ...
... where we went inside Air Force One which was the one Kennedy used in the 60's, we also went into the Concord which we had seen before as well. It was then over the walk bridge and into the main area for the museum. Here we spent a lot of our time in the World War I and World War II exhibits. These were extremely well done. We then went to the Main Gallery where we saw several other types of planes and other activities. It was then into ...
... oval. The view looks out over West Seattle and the setting sun. The city seems to have a program going on in which they put old pianos in public places, after having painted them in funky colours and stuck weird stuff all over them. The result is an opportunity for passers by to share their musical talents, and we sat and listened to one older guy for over half an hour as he ran through a string of classical and jazz pieces. The thing that struck me the most as I sat in the open ...
... water planes takeoff, boats sail past, and observed many houseboats.
We didn’t get back to the park until close to 8:00p.m., so I made beef stroganoff instead of the pork loin I originally planned on making. Many campers were gone when we got back, so the park was really quiet. Alexa played in the amphitheater which is adjacent to our campsite. It was nice because it gave her a short break away from us. After dinner, the girls rode their Rip Stixs throughout the ...
... and across the street. We didn't want to miss the famous Gum Wall, but could not find it. Thankfully there is a tourist information booth right next to Pike Place and we were able to ask for directions there. The Gum Wall was just down a set of stairs and around a corner. Pretty icky... people add their chewed gum to the wall of a building.
After exploring Pike Place and getting a picture of Rachel the Pig, ...