Holiday Inn Express Puyallup (Tacoma Area)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of minutes later, this old man with gray hair, massive spectacles, braces on (the type that hold your pants up, not the type that hold your teeth in) walks past us with a dog in his arm. Julie gets a fright by the dog walking past at table-level and in her two-drinks-in state, she lets out a little squeal. The old man is looking for a chat and Julie obliges, talking about where we are from, what we are doing, how we are liking it, and it turns out this guy runs ...
... book your accommodation at least one month in advance. Pens down.
We did a few domestic things at first: checked out the local
Target to get a pre-paid phone and to buy Seb some t-shirts. The poor boy had
been wearing the same two shirts for the last two weeks and carried with them a
delicious aroma. Just as we were walking out of the shop, we got a phone call
from a mysterious American number. It was the owner of the Bike Friendly Hostel
and he was calling ...
We set sail last night about midnight and arrived into Seattle about 7:00 a.m. It was overcast & chilly -- definitely different than when we arrived. We hit the buffet one last time and then went to our favorite hang out spot to wait for our time to disembark, which was 9:30. This went smoothly and we claimed our suitcases and were on our way.
... blog and now I'm doing today's. I won't get it finished because we now have to go back to our roomette to get ready to get off at Seattle.
Have made it to our new home, only 5 minutes walk from the train station where a kind young man helped me with my bags up the stairs, I said thank you very much and he hung about. I caught up to Russ who said he was looking for a tip, I ...
... assuming it makes it through the day. To make a long story short I found a device from Belkin that receives a Bluetooth signal from the phone, connects to the Sena transmitter via audio cable, which in turn transmits via Bluetooth to both helmets. The only problem left to solve was powering both devices. BMW makes available a lead that makes it easy to connect to the wiring harness in line with the ignition. After scouring Amazon and several trips to Radio Shack ...