Comfort Inn Marysville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Over the river and through the woods and mountains we went. We met Spencer, Dan's sister's son, at his apartment in downtown Seattle and took him out to supper. He chose the Steelhead Diner down in Pike Place Market. It was very good! Dan and I shared a plate of grilled Alaskan Troll salmon with a Bing cherry butter sauce and almonds on it. Very tasty.
We got to Shari's house about 10pm but Shari wasn't there. She was at ...
... underground passageways led by a humorous guide for ninety minutes. An excellent informative tour, the highlight of which for me was that during a census taken in the late 1800's it was found that Seattle was the fashion capital of the world. Yes, you can forget Paris, London and New York as the worlds fashion barometers. Over ten percent of population were women who had marked their occupation as "seamstress," and funnily enough they all lived in the same downtown area.....know what ...
... team came together, along with the patient & their family & discussed their goals and how close they were to achieving them. It was great to see how involved the patient and their family were in the rehab and also allowed everyone to be on the same page and nip any issues in the bud. It was a very swift process with each meeting lasting 15mins in order to get through every patient. I learnt a lot about the rehab process ...
... see all the plants and animals. I would road trip north, south, east and west. Every state, city, town even suburb are completely different and have their own vibe. I did not expect America to be so diverse! There are some parts which match the movies very well - diners, colorful houses, friendly bus drivers, thrift shops, Starbucks on every corner, slightly different English language (we sometimes struggle to understand each other). But ...
... to accept our money so we were very pleased when we returned and our car was still waiting for us. With our usual good planning and impeccable timing we managed to leave Vancouver at 5pm instead of arriving in a city at this time, uhuh leaving is no easier than arriving in rush hour - held up for ages and ages and finally reached the border early evening. The border officer man we struck was pretty cool and even managed a sense ...