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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... choices. It is so clear how everything is interdependent and the more we remove ourselves from the very action of connecting to it, the less we are connected and the less whole we feel. Intuition can be restored and peace is found. We are a more anxious and depressed species than ever before. Going into the wild always resets us and we spend a possibly annoying amount of time discussing how we can relocate our livelihoods into the wild. For now, we settle for getting out as often as we can. ...
... history of horror movies, some of the various types, and they had a lot of original costumes and props from some of the more important movies. They had Jason, Texas Chainsaw, and Evil Dead, but nothing from Nightmare on Elm Street. We took a bunch of pictures and watched some of the film clips and interviews. The science fiction section was also fun as they had stuff from some of the early sci-fi movies along with some Dr Who stuff and ...
... take a picture of.
Well, there appears to be a bit of confusion since Arnold is expecting someone to pick us up and no one is there. Arnold makes a call and finds out they left a van for us and a trailer for all our luggage. No problem since Arnold knows what the van looks like, so we go out to the parking lot and there it is! This is a serious Iceland exploring rig, I tell you. The tires are about three feet high and you have to use a ...
... job - you get into the lift and for the 40 seconds you're in there he recites some "interesting facts" with all the enthusiasm of a kid with homework to do. Going up and down all day - argh! Anyway, you can go outside at the top of the needle and get panoramic views of the city and surrounds (including Mount Rainier, the Olympic mountains and Mount Baker - yet another volcano!) or stay inside and drink a beer. All very civilised, the beer that is, though ...
... was absolutely surrounded, but we managed to get a photo with the
help of an adventurous American who got down on his knees to get the angle just
right. The Centre is a pretty large area that encompasses a heap of
attractions. We discovered another beautifully painted public piano, and most
excitingly, the International Fountain, a huge fountain that shoots water in a
variety of forms and pressures, all set to classical music. There were ...