La Hacienda Motel
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... to see him (and, to be honest, my water bottle). We got home and I saw for the first time the row of new mailboxes (a neighbor had organized the whole thing); they look good. Chloe didn't seem to care that I was home, though she did have a good sniff of my suitcase later on.
I've had a lovely two weeks, and I don't have to go back to work till Thursday (yay!), and I'm happy to be home. On the way back from the airport, John asked where I'd be going next year. Hmmm ...
... 15am we went down to Roxanne's Cafe for breakfast. I ordered a Florentine Benedict and John had the special Scrambled Eggs again. However, I did not enjoy it as much as the first time, probably because I was not hungry we have had big meals three times a day now for 3 weeks and this has not been good. I know I have put on weight as I can feel it in my cloths. I really need to go to the gym and walk the boat when I get settled on board ship. I will ...
... being sold. We managed to see the first the Starbucks store , however there is always a queue to get into it and is long , we are both are a bit over queues. Finished with the Market and then some more walking up steep hills to catch the monorail rail to the Space Needle. We didn't feel compelled to go up the needle as was quite expensive and the weather was very overcast. Again we hopped aboard the "walking train"again and made our back to our accommodation in Capital ...
... Justin Bieber. After a few pre-gig pints (why change the habit of a lifetime?) we went back to the venue to find that the queue had disappeared and we were free to enter.
What greeted us was both surreal and beneficial; a huge crowd outside the merchandise stand (looking to get their hands on an over-priced t-shirt) and an empty bar. Naturally we made our way to the bar and discussed how the demographic was so drastically different to the UK, where ...
... 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 ...