Motel 6 Everett South
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... one and the city was at sea level this could cause the toilets to react like geysers and send ten foot spouts of sewage into the air when the tide came in. All in all it was a happy day for the locals when the city burnt down in 1889. The new city was built at a higher level and the streets were paid for by a tax on alcohol and income tax paid by the prostitutes, or "seamstresses" as they liked to be known. We went on a tour of the old underground streets. To be ...
... was also where the mud, sewage , liquor and seamstress industry was. This came to be call skid row. That's why places that are down and out are referred to as "Skid row".
Some people use the word, others don't. When someone goes to the toilet or something is garage, they may refer to it as a load of (sounds like crepe). Do you know where that possible come from? Give answer ...
... over 9 hours flight time to London with a 2 hour layover, then an almost 4 hour flight to Istanbul. We land at 3:30 PM, one day later. Istanbul is 9 hours ahead of Seattle. My brother, Gerry, and his wife , Sue, will be flying in from Chicago and will meet us in Istanbul.
As usual we are going there one day before the official tour begins, as we want some time to readjust to the new time zone. Also if there ...
... 44 years respectively. They are from the Sunshine Coast and have been around Canada before this tour. They are off home after the Alaskan Cruise.
After the drinks, Chris, Toni, Jackie and I went off to a place called “Nob Hill” and had a lovely Indian meal. The place was packed and the food great. I had my tried and trusted Buttered Chicken and Garlic Narn Bread. Then back to the hotel and bed. The Taxi’s seem cheaper here than at home, even with the tip. ...
... it created its own weather when it was built, with clouds forming near the ceiling. An air circulation system had to be installed to clear them.
*The 747 has approximately 6 million parts, and the 747 blood-line has collectively logged more than 78 billion km in the air. That would have been enough to travel to the moon...and back...101,500 times!
*Apparently the Being model names "7x7" were chosen ...