Motel 6 Seattle Airport
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Pic 14 - Currency Exchange
Just a chance to trade some good old American greenbacks for Kronas.
Pic 15 - Alien Egg
A sculpture right outside the airport that I could not decide what was supposed to symbolize but reminds me of Alien.
Pic 16 - Our Limo Awaits
Monster van we will be using while we are here. This thing is serious stuff with tires about three feet tall and a ladder for boarding.
... I sent the GPS to Everett City. Couldn't find Boeing on the GPS. Anyway, we had to rush a little because of that and was gobbling down my food while waiting at the tour entrance, we had only 5 minutes to eat. The tour was educational. Got to go into the Boeing factory. It is the largest building in the world and it has 6 bays with colourful hanger doors 100m wides. It houses the assemble line for the 747, 767, 777 and 787. We got to see making ...
... a death back at Jericho Beach. We also went into a huge three storey store selling just about anything and was interested to see the phrase 'Intimates and Nightwear'. The term underwear is clearly not delicate enough for Seattle folk! Pike Place market is fantastic. It hums with the activity of tourists and stall owners, particularly the fish sellers, who toss their produce about, much to the delight of the crowd. Salmon, Lobster, Alaskan and Dungeness Crab ...
What a whirlwind of a day yesterday. It was a bittersweet and emotional day. I knew it would be hard leaving but I thought I was prepared. I was wrong. It was hard leaving two parents who I love very much. I appreciate the love and support they have shown me since I started this process. I was doing good until it came time for me to put the luggage in the ...
... a constant dust storm from the surrounding fields, made the first two hours very interesting. Once we got over the Snoqualmie Pass, the dust turned to daylight and the pass opened up to a beautiful northwest afternoon. Clouds kissed the mountains and rose like steam. It was like a reward for the journey we had just endured getting through Eastern Washington, and an omen for the rest of the night. We arrived at my high school classmate ...