Carlton Inn Kirkland / Seattle
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... ago, my parents asked if I'd do a Baltic cruise with them. I wasn't too interested because I was in St. Petersburg and Helsinki only 2 years ago. However, I noticed a 12 night trip to the Norwegian fjords that was back to back with a Baltic cruise (back to back = same ship) so I mentioned that I could do Norway with them and then they could stay on ...
... catch us driving through London for love or money, so we needed a good excuse to drive through Seattle, and that good excuse was Mount Rainier. Mount Rainier is the fourth highest peak in the USA, and on a clear day (of which we were fortunate to experience a few) it is clearly visible from Seattle. In reality it is 85 miles away and a 4-5 hour round trip. Admittedly, Vicky made a number of errors in her driving, but with Tash's helpful words of advice on the freeway, ie. 'you keep ...
... blending in the décor of the house instead of just the bathroom décor standing out. This furniture can be designed according to the rest of the bathroom accessories, tiles and flooring patterns. The availability of modern amenities demands that bathrooms are just as convenient, comfortable and functional as the rest of the house, which can be achieved by having the right kind of furniture in the bathroom.
Bathrooms are much more than just a sink, a tub and a ...
... bowl, but that's a rather high bar.
I lent out my thangkas to friends. You can see my shrine thangka if you visit Windhorse Retreat Center on Whidbey Island. The pictures I took in a previous post don't come close to doing it justice. It's a really inspiring thangka.
After I moved all of my things into storage, I still had a few days before my flight. When I mentioned this to a friend, he ...
Departure is now only 2 days away. It's hard to believe the planning for this trip started almost 10 months ago. I'll be working up to Thursday and then catching a bus to the airport for my 11pm flight out of SEATAC. Then I won't be home until December 1.
There have been months of preparation for this trip:
* Booking flights - one way to KTM and one way home from IST
* Paying for the trip via ...