Travelodge Everett Mall
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... Starbucks and find the famous ( or infamous) gum wall. The latter is exactly that- a wall where people stick used gum. Over the years, it has become a tourist attraction. Somehow though, it doesn't have quite the same effect as Juliet's wall in Verona where people come in their thousands to stick up love letters and messages. The smell is overpowering ( think Hubba Bubba) and although I can hardly be accused of having OCD, all I can think of is ...
... and nearly got himself ran over by a car. The foothills were really nice to drive around in and just enjoy the scenery. I wish we had more time to play there but we had to get to the shrine for our appointment to learn about the ceremony.
The shrine was very beautiful. It is going to be great to get married there tomorrow. We had tea with the priest first. It was an amazing green tea that is special for the shrine. Then we walked through the ceremony which was beautiful. Then ...
Rough night last night, not much sleep... Hotel neighbour rather loud and infrequently so. He'd talk super loud on the phone, then stop, I'd fall asleep only to be waken an hour later while he had another phone loud phone chat! So, my today started a bit late today. Slept in and then lingered in the room while I very slowly got ready.
Then I ventured into Seattle. Wow, really wishing I'd chosen a hotel in downtown ...
Some day I will live in Seattle.
A healthy dose of sun and rain daily. An ocean view never far. More seagulls than pigeons in the city. Beautiful green parks (my favorite is probably the arboretum with its tea garden) and feathery-looking pine trees. Fresh air, soft and sweet water. A variety of restaurants, eco-friendly shops and book ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking