- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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It's an exciting day! Meeting Draggy for the first time as soon as I board the next flight. I'm tired, and totally sad that this part of my flight isn't first class - although there was something awesome about skipping all the queues thanks to being a 'First Class Passenger'.
The flight from Anchorage to Seattle was outrageously awesome. Dinner on a proper plate with a napkin and knife and forks!!
Fresno is my next stop!
... to sit outside at Piazza Italia. Husb rarely wants to go out for Italian, so I was really happy for the chance. I had spaghetti pesto with mushrooms and shrimp, and Husb had the wild boar sauce over wide noodles. We also split the tiramisu for dessert - great decision. The food was absolutely awesome. I am now craving it all over again. If we end up back in Portland, we will be heading back! Hopefully Ross is good friends with the waiter by then ...
... sleep, where to poop and if you’re lucky, fun things to see on the way. Another thing that seems to happen, at least to me so far, is that we stumble on some simple yet fantastic thing, whether it’s part of our basic needs or the more exciting adventure part in between. This is not a new travel observation to make, but I’m still delighted. This morning, our simple fantastic discovery was an entire block of food ...
... along with the theme song. I drove to the Gorge, remembered I'd been there before, and took a picture of myself to prove it happened again. I caught up on my nothing doing. Got a lot of that done.
The plan is Mt. Ranier for a couple of days, then somewhere else for a couple more, then a ship (yes, a cruise…I swore never again, but Miley can't be trusted out in the middle of nowhere) through the Inside Passage, stopping at ...
... bookstore in the world. I am almost positive that some shopped while others napped. Our #1 car opted to trade out some passengers for two who own Kindles and went up to SW Vista Avenue to the Vista Bridge. It, unfortunately, has added a tall chain link fence that we had to photograph through. The bridge is morbidly nicknamed the Suicide Bridge due to the number of people who’ve jumped from it. The ...