Travelodge Everett Mall
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... It is probably the most diverse part of Seattle. It has a lot of different backgrounds here. You can cross a man dressed as a female on one block, walk one more block and see some Gothic people, walk a few more blocks and see some girls dressed up in dresses and high heels. It also has the wide variety of restaurants that are independent rather than family chains seem to be on every corner in USA. There is Ethiopian, Vietnamese, Thai, Italian, ...
... evolving from a wanderlust that has existed for each of since way before we met, to a piece of a shared vision of how we might craft a life together, to a longing that prevailed through the haze of diapers and sleep deprivation, to a real possibility as we ventured on longer and more varied adventures with our growing boys, to a full-on mission that simply could not wait another year. The bare bones plan: 6 weeks of ...
... down, rather than being on “reduced power” as the captain said.
We started our descent for Seattle at 3:41 p.m. The captain announced we’d be landing in about 30 minutes. He came back on the intercom at 3:58 to let us know emergency vehicles are being positioned along the runway – “fire trucks and things like that.” The captain noted these “courtesy vehicles” are routinely called out for this type ...
... was an adventure. We had to go early for the 50 mile drive. For about 20 miles, we drove about 25 mph in bumper to bumper traffic. The rest of the time we drove normal speeds with solid traffic all around us. It took us 1 ½ hours to go 50 miles each way. Only once did we hear a loud thump when a pickup truck rear ended a car. They pulled to the shoulder and everyone else just kept going. I Hate This Traffic. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking