Holiday Inn Express Puyallup (Tacoma Area)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and the food was good considering that space and facilities to prepare was limited. At one stage of the journey in the mountains we got buzzed by a fighter jet , it must have been low as was very loud on the train. The states we travelled through were California , Oregon and then Washington state. Some of the cities along the way was Davis , Sacramento , Mt Shasta ( this was near a snow covered peak )Redding ( saw a ...
... down for our breakfast, which was yummy and plenty yet again. There's a guy who works on the breakfast part, i'd say around 50ish, he's from London, but sounds like he's living over here for quite some time. He also said he'd lived in Portland for 2 years! After breakfast I spoke to my mum and dad for a while, which was nice, but strange it was tea time there!
The weather seemed to be getting better and our plan today was to go up the Seattle Space ...
... 80 Mary decided to tell her story so she wrote her first book, it is called "Looking like the enemy" by Mary Matsuda Gruenewald, she has now written three books and we were very surprised and grateful to be given a autographed copy of her third book. This lady is incredible she has toured doing talks about her book and her life experiences, we sat and talked for ages, such a great afternoon that left us ...
... located just west of Seattle houses the Islandwood School--my sustainability destination for this stop on the tour. The Islandwood School delivers the 4 days of required outdoor education (Washington State Law) for public school students. As is the case in many urban school districts, the majority of Seattle Public Schools do not have the budget for the required hours and for years schools had ...
... The map" only shows horizontal distance! Seattle is really steep! We find ourselves going one step forward and two steps down. Nanette comments "at least it's down hill." Ah, yes, but we just may need to head back up the hill again if we want to sleep tonight. We distract ourselves by hopping on a harbour cruise we hear being touted as we reach the pier. A young lady named Gentry describes the points of interest ...