Extended Stay America - Seattle - Bellevue - Factoria
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... next one is to listen” and then took him to the main movie screen, showed him how to scroll… and he proceeded to stare at page 2 of his movie options and not do anything. I eventually randomly put on Captain America for him after he poked it some more and seemed really bored and frustrated. But really, I can only have so much pity for someone who doesn’t even bring a book on a 10 hour flight. Though he did earn back some ...
We started today of with a bang, as Isabella and I went rock climbing…indoors of course. It was raining when we went in, but after a few hours inside it stopped. Then Isabella and I drove to Madison, a small suburb of Seattle where she had to do some things. I decided to buy a gas grill smoker. It uses wood chips to create a smoky smell on grilled items, hoping my dad will use it ...
... is at Christmas. For family gatherings between Thanksgiving and Christmas, he would always don a bright red vest and a red bow tie. For Christmas, he would add a Santa hat with a little white ball on top. I don’t know why that sticks in my mind so much. It just does. He was sorely missed this Christmas past. He was such a big part of our lives that it is strange that we can go ...
... head to the Pike Place markets. Thank goodness for Google Maps again! The rain is getting heavier, then before we know it, it has stopped and we are at the Pike Place markets, including the world’s first Starbucks! There is quite a queue and lots of tourists. It’s the only Starbucks in the world where you can get a cup with their original logo as well. We don’t get anything – though we promise ourselves ...
... Charity care, people from every walk of life/ethnicity and, frequently, acute health challenges. The experiential gains had exceeded the monetary reward. As I described my experience to Starman, he said, "Whoah, I'm getting chills as you speak." I too, had goose bumps as I realized the significance of the experiences in relationship to the person I have become. Starman said that, for him, had this happened anywhere else in the country, he would probably be ...