Econo Lodge Federal Way
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What else would you do on a beautiful sunny day but go on a tour of the old city of Seattle which is underneath the present city? Old Seattle had a few problems when it was first built. It was at sea level, it was built entirely of wood, including the sewer system that they installed and they used sawdust as landfill for the roads which turned to a thick slurry whenever it rained. They had bought lavatories from Thomas ******* in the UK, but as the sewage system was ...
... wandering around the park and for the rest of the day I went back to Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver to just chill out, listen to music and sunbathe. The next few days were going to be fairly busy!
So Seattle, what can I say I had a blast! An amazing city, amazing people and an amazing
visit. I managed to cram a lot of stuff into the 4 days I was there, these included meeting a pair of the ...
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... Gadget Guy, found a small dog dryer at Amazon and of course purchased it. It is a pretty powerful hair dryer and gets them dryer than a towel would. So Gadget Guy strikes again and this time with something that even I can see the need for!
Will let you know when we hit our next destination and probably take a few pictures so you can see something along with the ...
In the hotel they have a waffle machine. You fill a cup of gunge then pour it into the maker, give it a turn and in under 3 minutes you have a massive waffle to cover in syrup. It was good! Definitely better than the Saturday bus service. We had to walk to downtown, dodging the bums and weirdos before finally catching the 124 bus to the Museum of Flight. There are an awful lot of fat people was well - and quite a few smokers. I knew it was good but had ...