Days Inn Kent 84th Ave
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Day 70 (June 25) -- Didn't seem like too long a day's drive ahead of us when we left Lewiston, Idaho this morning with a destination in mind of Tacoma area (500 km. or so) but a couple tours around towns and some road work meaning single lane traffic and then arriving in the Seattle/Tacoma area approaching 4pm meant it felt long in the end. Denis took the traffic all in stride but I showed my grumpy side just ...
... times on two occasions. Temperatures were in the low 60s most of the time. It was a perfect time to visit the country. The national flower, the tulip, was blooming everywhere. There were absolutely no insects!
Although it is still the off-season we were surprised at the crowds, especially in Istanbul. Of course it is a big city so maybe that should be expected, especially on a weekend.
Turkey is a fruit producing country and ...
Naples, a tiny town in Florida, has seen a significant change through the years from the sleepy fishing town to at least one of the best and most upscale places to reside in the entire USA. From its humble beginnings as the house of a fishing area, Naples Florida slowly expanded over time to become resort place. However, as a resort ...
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Northward Bound: Squamish and Skaha
Lindsey took a much deserved week's vacation at the end of August, so we loaded up Sarge, our trusty Sprinter and headed north to Canada. The plan was to mix a week ...
... to each other. We didn't really see what all the fuss was about, so they have good hand eye co-ordination? So what?
This area is also home to the original Starbucks Coffee House, Orla was determined to get a coffee there, this required queuing in line along the street for around 20 minutes! Starbucks is usually pretty manic but this was ridiculous! Inside it was a very slick operation, no messing around, although when ...
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