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Wow, so much has happened simce my last entry i dont really no where to start. I think i left you all with the lead up to my show. Although pretty nerve racking it went really well and it prompted an increase in my dance classes. The rest of the first half flew by. Then after the 4 week mark all changed as we had to switch bunks, moving from …
Portland Cream, The Loop, Old Dirty ******* and a Neapolitan
... of the Seattle skyline. It was a lovely way to experience the city. Next, back to the market for lunch at the famous Pike Place Chowder, followed by cinnamon buns. Yum yum. Then we tackled the EMP Museum... Should have gone there first and spent the whole day, that place was frickin amazing. They had a Nirvana exhibition which was awesome-lots of Dave Grohl tidbits which made me a very happy girl!! But the best bit was the sound lab, where we able to learn to play a guitar riff, ...
... br> 3) Leave time in your schedule for the unexpected
- Trains do not always run on time and sometimes there is unexpected construction that can really slow things down.
- Getting sick is often beyond your control and schedules need to be flexible so one can take the time needed to recover
4) The French are nicer and easier to talk to then I had been lead to believe
5) Almost everywhere you ...
No early morning activities or getaway scheduled for us today, so we had a leisurely start. Breakfast provided by the motel, which was a bonus we hadn't had in a while. Following that we went for a walk on the beach. Apparently you could walk the whole 7 1/4 miles of it, but today we limited ourselves to something like 1/2 a mile each way. There weren't that many people on the beach when we set out, but when we got back to our start point ...