Americas Best Value Inn-Edmonds/Seattle North
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What would I do without good friends?
I spent my last week in Ellensburg with absolutely no obligations. I stayed up late at night, slept in late, had a great time with my amazing friends/roommates Chelsea and Maddie, laid in the sun and freckled, and more or less started going crazy from not doing anything. During this time, Ellensburg weather was a whopping 110 degrees. For almost one whole day Chelsea and I ...
... the Samesun and everyone I met there. I hope this new hostel has half the character and atmosphere as the Samesun. We pulled into the station and disembarked. I said goodbye to my friend China that was heading back to Alaska the next day and I made my way to find a place to buy my Orca card. Orca is a reloadable transit card like the Oyster card in London. I finally found the kiosk to buy one and loaded $20 onto it for my time in Seattle. Curiously you have to leave the train ...
... We went to the Klondike Museum which documented the gold rush In Alaska and the positive impact on the expansion of Seattle. We then made our way to the Safeco field to see the game. It was little league day so the kids got a poster and trading a couple of trading cards as we walked in and were able to walk down and around the field. A definite highlight! We were able to meet ...
Today we had a quiet morning we were joined by Debra's mum Louise and we went down to Edmonds and walked along the shore to the ferry. Along the way we saw our closest bald eagle. We walked onto the ferry for the scenic trip across the Puget sound to Kingston. There was a small farmers market which we toodled through to see some really nice handmade crafts. It was low tide so we were able to walk along the shore ...
... taken near the Temple and I asked them if I could take a photo of the bride, she was dressed in a lively wedding dress but it was red not white. Here we were finally able to do a little bit of shopping but again no charms, postcards or any kind. I did manage to get some kites for the kids but I did not have enough money on me to buy all 5 grandchildren one each so I will need to look for so etching for the twins. We then ...