King's Arms Motel
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... kids screaming in the fountain, hundreds of adults sitting around
the outside and some sort of Sikh society performing free turban tying.
The playful atmosphere was infectious, and we stopped to
watch the fountain goers for almost ten minutes. The fountain would act out a
calm, trusting dribble, drawing people closer to the large silver dome that
made up its centre. Just as people got comfortable, it turned on all its jets,
shooting water ...
... rather tainted the experience a bit. We had another local beer and bowled for around an hour before finding out that you pay by the minute so we promptly stopped playing and went to pay. The guy at the desk gave us the bill and said “any tip you want to leave here is for your beer server and the jar here is for me”. They make it really difficult to not tip when they do this and it’s incredibly frustrating, I know it’s an American thing and ...
... weather, which can be rare in Seattle, as it rains for 9 months of the year. The electric boats are awesome, they seat 10, so we had plenty of room. They are also quiet and easy to drive. We putted around the huge lake and made a stop at Ivars Salmon restaurant, which is famous in the area. We easily docked the boat, grabbed some takeaway fish & chips and sat on the boat withe the most beautiful view, eating our lunch. We then headed around to ...
... to insurers.
Putting in alarms can cut your home insurance premiums. Insurers prefer investments that are secure. As soon as you put in these security systems, inform your insurance company. They just might immediately decrease your premiums.
Changes in your area might decrease your home insurance premiums. A new fire hydrant nearby or a new fire house will reduce costs. As soon as you discover one of these changes, ...
... road, in Seattle, in the rain and ask questions about the car AND pretend to know what the answers mean while trying to judge if this guy is trying to burn you.
Luckily I'm a great driver and an even better judge of character so no problem, just a little back sweat. Then after a brief discussion with Jessica, a quick name scribble and $1200US birthing fee, BOOM, we had a child!
A beautiful, white, 4.3L, 1991, Astro van child!