Cedars Inn Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The Empire Builder Amtrak train terminates in Seattle. King Street station is a magnificent station with a massive central atrium. We take a taxi to our hotel to dump the bags and set off to explore Pike Place Market. This is where they throw fish around, there is an eclectic mix of stalls, rather like Covent Garden. We eat crab sandwiches at Lowells overlooking the bay. Next day we head in the opposite direction to visit the needle which dominates the Seattle skyline. A ride ...
... Flight which is out of town and required me to figure out the bus system. I spent a good chunk of the day there as its massive and houses some pretty rare aircraft which included JFK’s Air Force One, a Space Shuttle and coolest of all to me the Blackbird stealth bomber. The museum is on the Boeing Airplane Company’s original factory site and surrounded by Boeing’s new factories and ...
... 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," ...
... 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 ...