Motel 6 Seattle Airport
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... of the Valhalla, the cinema even has a monkey!
On Saturday I met up with some Searey chaps, Michael and Steve for breakfast, before I popped down to McMinnville, only a 150 miles or so each way, to visit the Evergreen Museum. It is home of the HK-1, the plane built by Howard Hughes, flown once, and nicknamed by the world, much ...
... down for hiding from us most of the week. I saw one small black bear and about 3 eagles in the distance. We were expecting to see a lot more. Maybe they were hiding because of the bad weather. Another middle finger to the weather for that.
... light rail system to take you to the boarding bays, and the automatic voice made us laugh - it sounded exactly like Kent Brockman, the news reader from the Simpsons.
Robyn had changed seating on the flight to the back row, because it meant we had a window seat and a spare seat next to us. But just moments before departure, a breathless woman plonked down beside us, explaining between gasps she had missed her flight home by two minutes and the airline ...
... just outside the market, to deliberate our next move! After perusing a brochure found at the hotel, we decided to visit the aquarium. We must have gone up and down over 300 steps - we definitely felt the burn! The aquarium was good - a decent size with a fair bit to see - nothing outstanding and the seal and otter enclosures could have been bigger if I were to be picky, but none the less, a pleasant experience. Jake and I have been wanting ...
... a Christmas ornament - and we found both). We split up and took two taxis back to the hotel where my parents called it a night. The 5 of us decided to walk more around the city to burn off dinner and dessert calories. It was a beautiful night and the city is very pretty at dusk. Tomorrow we will spend the morning in Seattle and then make the drive up to Vancouver where I don't think we'll have any celebrations for the 4th of July! Embarkation day is quickly ...