Super 8 Seattle
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t started my anti-malaria regimen which includes high doses of gin and tonic. Tonic water has quinine, which can help prevent contracting malaria. I need to drink only gin and tonics during this trip, nothing else because everybody knows, you can't drink tonic water without gin.
Freak-out #4- I have 22 movies in my queue and only a 14 hour flight! Apparently Therese won't be working on this flight, she has too many movies to watch.
... frontal airbags in a frontal-impact collision.
Ken Rimer, stepfather of Natasha Weigel, an 18-year-old killed in a 2006 accident in Wisconsin, said Monday at a protest outside GM's Detroit headquarters that it's unconscionable that the automaker is currently not counting back-seat victims in its running total of people affected by the defect.
GM has linked at least 13 deaths to the defect, the exact figure is likely ...
Renting a Car - French Vocabulary
Renting a Car
French vocabulary related to cars and car rentals
Ifyou're going to rent a car in France, you'll need some special Frenchvocabulary. Also see my page on general Frenchdriving vocabulary.
Je voudrais louer unevoiture.I'd like to rent a car.J'ai r?serv? une voiture.I reserved a car.Je voudrais...I'd like a(n)... ...une voiture avectransmission automatique. ...automatic. ...une ...
I am planning on a move to Seattle after the first of the year. Maybe to attend school and maybe to just work and make some money away from home. This is a step in my next life adventure, my big move in three months to Spain. That's right, Barcelona, Spain. It will by far be the biggest thing I do with my life until now. I have a feeling it will be one of the best decisions I might ever make, and I'm excited to see where it leaves me. ...
... anyway. My flight gets in at 7:40pm local time, so I only have a handful of hours before things start closing. I'm staying hopeful that my American money will carry weight in Dubai, or that I can get a decent number of dirhams for a meal and a cheap hotel. Worst case scenario, I just walk around and take pictures without buying anything, then head back to the airport, get through security and nap on the benches at my gate. I've got a good amount of snacks to last until ...