Days Inn Federal Way
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... garden. It was one of the highlights of the holiday for us. The inside work was beautifully lit and resembles underwater scenes, flowers, fishing buoys and also a stunning collection of vases. Outside, the garden has been landscaped so that the exhibits form an organic part of the natural growth. We were very tempted in the gift shop by some smaller versions of the vases at a mere $8,500. We carefully checked our change purses and came away with a calendar and a fridge ...
... canyon floor. This coupled with my fear
of heights made it for a nerve-wracking crossing but once I was used to the sway of the bridge I felt more comfortable.
Once over the bridge you can take a walkway around the area raised about halfway up the
huge forest trees. Plenty of fresh air and epic views from a new cliff walk and yet more sheer drops for me to worry about! We spent about half ...
Pre-trip post, part 1. For the record, I actually wrote this entry about a week before I posted it. The itinerary wasn't coming together a few days before I left - I'm a little more organized than that! :)
The itinerary is starting to come together. Looks like the trip will have five parts.
Part 1: Mid/Southern Spain (March 26- April 8)
Madrid, Avila, Segovia, Toledo, Cordoba, Seville, Tarifa, Tangier (Morocco), Gibraltar, ...
... as the leak was fixed, it started raining like crazy and we drove through Seattle rush hour traffic in rain. We decided to stay at the KOA here and get at least have two hours under our belt. We will get up tomorrow and drive about six hours. Our goal is to be in Napa by Saturday and drinking wine by Sunday.
The dogs were quite wet after their evening walk. ...
... did. Driving through a congested Seattle on a Sunday was bad enough. Don't know what it would have been like on a week day. Possibly there was a game on at one of the stadiums we passed, hence the delay. Well Spaghetti Junction is alive and well and in full use in Seatac. Slot car track designers must have used this city as their blueprint. Car finally returned. Hilton across the road. End of another ...