TownePlace Suites Seattle Southcenter
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The overall APEAL score in 2014 averages 794, which is a 1-point decrease from 2013. Fuel economy is the only category in which there has been improvement year over year (+6 points), which is due in part to ...
... ferry ride is half the fun, getting a full view of the Seattle skyline from afar, but Bainbridge had its own charm, and it's a welcome break from city life. Yesterday we took the plunge and hired a car and discovered a new found respect for our fathers who have driven us anywhere where it is a requirement to drive on the right. It is quite simply the most unnatural thing in the world to do: every instinct in your body says to do otherwise. Driving in the city is the scariest bit, you ...
... involving mother nature decides for you to deal.
With all this responsibility weighing upon them, windows just take an absolute pounding - sometimes literally. Generally there will inevitably arrive a period that each individual w...
They serve as our view to the outside globe and convey the actual glowing sunlight straight ...
... Jolly Bee and Filipino food. Maybe I’ll be able to learn more Tagalog from her this week!
Rose* and Rita*, the Shockwaves leader and the Remix leader that I previously worked with, showed up a little while later. It was weird to work open house and see that only about 30 kids per age group were onboard. When I was last on the Golden, we had about 70-120 kids per age group!
We had to go to our muster stations for the emergency drill with ...
... in droves to eat their fill.
We arrived at the locks (mouths stained purple and hands pricked by thorns) to witness large schools of salmon struggling to swim up the fish ladders to get to their breeding grounds. We were all fascinated to see this when joy upon joys what should swim up to the ladders but a gorgeous harbor seal, frolicking through the waters in anticipation of the delicious salmon feast ahead of him. As you probably know, seals have been my favorite ...