Cedars Inn Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... markets had beautiful cheap bouquets of sweetpeas as well as urns of vegan soup and were frequented by Seattlites hugging their personal coffee mugs praising a girl standing on a beer barrel busking with a violin.
We took a bus across town to West Seattle especially to sample an award winning almond croissant in ‘Nouveau Bakery’. Having won a Parisian bakery ...
... 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," ...
... to form newer and healthier habits.
Move around while you talk on the phone - but you don't want to do anything that will result in heavy breathing because the person you're talking to might get worried. It is so very easy to go outside and walk while you do your talking, and that will be great. Walking is a great exercise, and it does not have to always be power walking, either. You thought there was no convenient way to get some activity in, ...
... hadn't picked up much when we got to the blast site. Huge hunks of gray granite were readily visible next to the road. The seem to be removing "islands" of rock in order to widen the lanes or perhaps add another lane near the "lake." If you're able to understand the where and what of what I'm trying to say, congrats!
The challenge was met just fine. Shorty seemed to take the climb in stride, so I ...