Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Seattle scene. **** was loose with people packed into a tiny basement floor show jumping all over each other as if we were seeing some of the biggest bands in the world.
Music was cranking, ears were bleeding and the vibes were ******* sick until some doucebag bald guy and a giant fatass with a broken arm decided to duke it in the middle of the pit. Within seconds the entire room was screaming and grappling this bald **** trying to throw ...
... barn, about 45 minutes south of Lacey (at least, that's what everyone kept telling us, right Aunt Joann?) Two days of movie watching was rough, so after getting some beauty sleep, John T & I, with his son Johnny in-tow (or is it toe?), drove down to help set-up. By the way, John T, I later found out that we seriously took the long way to Target. Setting up for the wedding was fun! I have never seen a more laid-back bride then my cousin Sada. She basically gave ...
... and Lakebay. The main attraction here was Penrose Point State Park. The park is roughly 152 acres on the water. It is famous for clamming and camping. It is a bit cold here at the moment, but we still enjoyed it. We had a picnic here and did a nice walk through nature. It is really really green here. It was fun to share this kind of stuff with someone like Claire. It is good that we both have some of the same ...
... and "Raindrops keep falling on my head". Since I remembered the melodies of these songs more than the words, I did a lot of "Lah-lah-lala lahing". Even though my rain jacket hood came out quite far over the top of my face, the spray from passing large trucks would make seeing through my glasses near impossible and I needed to hook up with Anne every so often to get them wiped dry.
With the constant rain I did not risk using my phone to take any photos, ...
In just a few hours, I call the Spanish Consulate in San Francisco to request an appointment for our family to receive VISAS. The processing time takes about four weeks from the moment all the paperwork is received. Each of us needs a VISA. Justin and Angela get student VISAS and the kids get dependent VISAS. The complication arises in that each family member needs a separate appointment. It's going to be ...