Cedars Inn Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... get a leg in. He was ****** off like he gets and unwilling g to change or compromise, I am not sure how the next three weeks will go, it is not going to be good. I feel I am going to have to be pleasant for both of us. I wish we had the other couple on the table it would have made it a little more enjoyable I feel. Tonight we had to turn back the clock 2 hours, as well we crossed the international date line which meant we lose a ...
... Jason, and their house was around a 40 minute drive out of Seattle, situated in the suburbs. Ocean views could be seen from the front window and the house held a decent sized garden complete with a shed that resembled a small barn. Even though Seattle does not permeate a hustle and bustle vibe, it felt good to be away from city life and I was looking forward to chilling out before I dove into proper Australian travelling. Whilst Jason and steph were working, I busied myself ...
Today has been a great day. It started with the sun pouring into our hotel room waking us up. It has been a beautiful day with blue skies and not a cloud anywhere. We were out the door before 9 which is a bit of a record for us. Our first stop was supposed to be the famous Pike Market but we walked down to the waterfront and walked past it. We continued on and walked to Pioneer Square which is the oldest area of the city. It also allowed us to check out the ...
... 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," ...