Sumner Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what comforts me most is that our beloved family and brethren will be there for my wife and daughters throughout the time that I am on this trip. As I drove, I fought the typical, heavy Atlanta traffic until we made it to the MARTA station. I packed light. So, I wasn't very encumbered as I rolled my bags to the entrance, recharged my Breeze pass, and made my way to the platform. As we rode the MARTA, my wife and I had a chance to talk in a calm, quiet environment ...
... the beaches and resorts - which apparently draw many couples to have their weddings / honeymoon trips here. I won't be going to these areas... the taxi fares there and back not worth it on your own. I'm happy to 'hang around' this port area ....even tho not much here -- or maybe there is -- I'll go out tomorrow and find out -- and post this too. I was going to go out tonight and do it ( less people on network!!).....but it's after 11pm...and I'm tired!!!.. That was a long, hot ...
... which did a touch-and-go landing. After having a look through the Boeing Store, we headed out to pick up our car. Our next stop was across Boeing Field - at the Flying Heritage Collection (http://www.flyingheritage.com/), which is owned by Paul Allen (of Microsoft fame). He has an extensive collection of mainly World War 2 aircraft - almost all of which still fly. Some of the more interesting pieces include V1 and V2 rockets (including a piloted V1 rocket), the world's only ...
... and Mount Hood, were stunning. Look at that list who could want for anything more?
The wildlife was pretty cool too, I saw a marmot for the first time. They're funny little fluffy fat things that whistle. About the side of a big housecat and kind of like a cross between a guinea pig and a cat. Very cute. We spotted lots of different birds including a whole load of grouse - I almost felt like I was back in Yorkshire at that point.There were some lovely ...
During the night the ship hit a storm front and began rockin and rollin, this kept up for most of today. After breakfast I made it to the Origami lesson and learnt how to make a Bird. I really enjoyed it and found it not as difficult as I thought it would be, I will have look for some Origami paper in Japan and learn how to do other things. I then went to get my hair cut and roots died before lunch. The cost of ...