Cedars Inn Auburn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Wednesday August 13
We had rain in the morning today so we were in no hurry to get going. We packed up and drove from Blaine to poke around in Bellingham. We were told of a great ice cream shop called Mallards which was pretty excellent. We walked around the main streets for a while and then headed into Seattle before it got too late. It's so nice to travel at a leisurely pace. The weather was wonderful and we had no ...
... br> I walked out onto the beach and into a world that was new to me. There were kiosks for buying beer all over the beach. Guys were playing beach volleyball; businessmen were having meetings at restaurants next to the water. The girls were wearing the smallest bikinis I had ever seen. This place was absolutely buzzing with activity, a city of nearly 20 million people. I loved it. That day walking the beach I saw two Caucasian guys lying on the sand. I liked them instantly I struck ...
... the building the view was of downtown Seattle with a snow capped mountain in the back and the moon just above it. Then on the other side we had views of the bay with mountains off in the distance and the sun setting behind them. Definitely couldn't complain about the views at all and the sunset was very colourful so it was stunning. After the sunset a few of us went on the hunt for a cafe to grab a coffee and cake. We went from downtown Seattle to pioneer square on the bus but ...
... staff that if he didn't sing, they'd change parishes. That remark drew great laughter from the congregation. He has a fine voice.
The presents we each received were great. It seems that I'm the most difficult to buy for. I can't imagine why. I have accumulated almost "nothing" in my years. ;o) We opened our "Christmas Stockings" on Christmas Morn. It's something Lisa re-started when she first came home to ...
... surface as we arrived. From there on in to Spokane Valley, where we stayed with our adopted family, it was entirely toooo unique. We stopped in Coeur d'Alene, as usual, at the Costco and gassed up. Price: $2.79/gal. With Lynn's able assistance, I was able to find our way back to I-90 amidst the snowfall and local drivers. These folks, at least, have some experience with driving in snow. The pretty well stay in the lane without "darting about," ...