The Resort at Port Ludlow
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... Bethesda, MD is a place of many wonderful family memories for us, mostly special lunch breaks with Cindy and Charity when Charity was only an infant. I can remember having a grin from ear to ear one time when I saw Cindy rounding a corner and pushing Charity in a stroller as she came to meet me there for lunch. As the time to head to security drew near, both of us just took in the moment. I kissed my wife goodbye and thanked her again for this special treat of extra ...
... Field (Football) and Safeco Field (Baseball). The Seattle Seahawks Football team took out the Championship last year and are in the play-offs again this year. Unfortunately, I couldn't get to see inside the stadiums!
I headed towards the historical Pier area and took the Argosy Harbour Cruise from Pier 57. This area is historical due to the gold rush days of the late 1890s where much of ...
... viewpoint and we just loved the city. Very modern and clean.
On the way back to collect the car we popped into the Westlake Mall. Just outside of the mall was a cool little communal area with table tennis, foosball and chess for everyone to get involved with. There were loads of people out playing and socialising. A nice little touch.
We picked up our car and was upgraded from a hatchback to a very nice Ford Fusion for free. This car would of ...
- I slept in my car last night after I drove to Seattle, Washington
- I'm a little sore this morning but I'm still ready for the day
- Today I'm visiting the University of Washington
- This university was founded in 1861
- Over 50,000 students attend this ...
26/27 July...today we travel by ferry from Victoria to Seattle, about 2 and a half hours. Had to clear immigration as we were going into the States. Colleen had a new experience..they swabbed her for explosives!! Had a bus tour of the city...city markets etc. The next day Colleen and I were picked up by a friend of hers and given a tour of the East side of Seattle before having brunch beside Washington Lake. Her friend's husband works ...