Motel 6 Everett South
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... and we got a bite to eat at the food stalls as breakfast was a little minimalist. We sat at the big communal table after being invited by some people who saw us looking for a place to sit. Very thoughtful. All the hippies and all the students in Eugene make for a great creative environment with fantastic crafts and personalities. Even Angus trying to work out what to do with the rubbish got into a discussion ...
... it's important that you set yourself up for the long term and separate your emotions from the situation. After you'll want to be sure your medical records are in order, in case they are used against you in some way. After that you'll want to notify people who may end up being the defendant about the fact that you'll be filing a personal injury claim. So once you do all this work, ...
... the largest collections of Romanesque-revival architecture today.
I find my Laura again by evening, though. And it’s time to go to the SOUNDERS MLS GAME!! We are headed off with Laura’s friend Tim and his friends Mayank, Rich and Sarah (who is from South Carolina and sounds accordingly delicious). We managed to catch a Whitecaps FC game before we left Vancouver, but in true American style this is somehow BIGGER! There’s confetti! ...
... they sell in there?!!
On the way back, I noticed a cocktail lounge not too far from our hotel, Tini Bigs--billed as the 'Second Best Cocktail Bar in Seattle' . . . so it sort of begs the question: Who is #1?!!
We rested a bit . . . and headed back to the waterfront for a nice dinner at the Sixty-Seven . . . the restaurant connected to the Edgewater Hotel . . . at Pier 67! Novel name, right!!
The cab showed up sooner than expected . . . and the trip ...
The Columbia delivered us safe and sound to Bellingham, Washington. Denny and I estimated that we traveled about 1,210 miles aboard the Alaskan ferry system. And loved every minute of it. What an adventure!
Denny's sister Debby has lived on the West Coast most of her adult ...