Travelodge Port Of Tacoma WA
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... to Safeway for a couple things, I have decided to make a potato bake today with some chicken breast so we have food to come home to. William wants to head out to Buckley's again which is fine because I liked the atmosphere there. I am just cooking everything on the stove now, we also bought some rice and oyster sauce to make a stir fry over the next couple days. I ...
... over it that I can not do anything about. We did not speak to each other much today, I felt that it was pointless me saying anything to him and he was not in the mood to speak to me. We spent most of the day reading either in our cabin or out on deck. I did go to the lecture by Mel Foster not because I want to hear it but because it was something to do. It was off to the Crows Nest for pre-dinner drinks and John and Phil joined us, ...
... cab driver from Ethiopia in two days, was quite the chatterbox. We discussed the traffic and the effect of the numerous construction projects in the area. I shared that I was friends with an Ethiopian foreign exchange student in high school, well before Sabit was born. This seemed to bridge a cultural gap with him. We also chatted about his pending citizenship and encouraged him in his pursuit. Sabit waited with us at the cruise terminal until ...
... sport for females,
and a contact one at that, and of course that something as strange sounding as
women bashing into each other on roller blades could be so skillful and
strategic. I think the thing I love the most about it though is that the women
who play it are such normal people. I’m not trying to diminish their skill,
because it takes a special kind of person to play derby, and the work they do
is intense. But they are all mothers ...
... br> We arrived late afternoon at our friends (Hi Jim and Catherine!) and had a lovely first evening with them and their family – good food, good beer, good wine and great company – perfect!
The next morning we arose to a gloriously sunny day – ideal for sight seeing and we could not have asked for better tour guides. Not only did we get to see the main tourist spots, but we also got shown some little gems that only the ...