Travelodge Everett Mall
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... my home at 1225 25th Street. More memories crept up walking past the junior high. Out in the ball field there were kids practicing lacrosse where we played football. I could see Mr. Latham’s room where I hid under my desk during the 1965 Big Earthquake. I walked part of the perimeter grounds where I had to pick up all the garbage on the campus with one of my buddies. We had gathered all the toilet paper from the ...
We arrived in Incheon around 6am but it took us 2 hours to get through their lock system before we were docked. We headed off to our tour early, our tour was to the DMZ and the border between North and South Korea, the weather was reasonable, in fact it became quite warm as he day went on. We left for our tour to the De Militarised Zone (DMZ) and the 3rd Tunnel. It was a long drive over the Han River, the main river system in Korea, we saw the western side ...
... will literally drive a car till it blows. I saw a 1980 Ford van for $8000... It was at this point I realised it wasnt going to be as easy to get a car as I initially thought.
A few days past, and I decided to get off the internet and actually use my shmooze on a car sales man to see what I can do.
First shop I walk into, I simply asked, "I need a ****** car, can you help?"
An Irish voice comes out and says, "Not really... wait a ...
... it continued to grow. I don't mean that they tree grew but hundreds of plants are growing out of the tree. It is a forever changing work of art. In contrast, the stainless steel tree outside will never change or grow. 'Split' (Roxy Paine, 2003) was my favorite piece in the park. I really just liked the simplicity of the same material being used throughout combined with the fact that it looked like a real tree.
After the park we took a ...
... to explore, but we cannot do that with three hyperactive kids! Up top the views are spectacular, we have a beautiful day, and could easily spend a lot more time here. But alas, we must head down. William wants to have a go at the monorail (and I must admit, I’d like a ride as well). The station isn’t too far away. It’s a pity the distance is so short, and when we get to the shopping centre at the ...