Auburn Travelodge Inn and Suites
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We drove into Seattle this morning arriving about 9-30am. No Sleeplessness for us!! We found a park for the day for only $16 and headed along the Waterfront. It was an overcast day with a cool wind. The first attraction to take our eye was the Seattle Aquarium, which was atleast warm inside. A Wall of fish confonted us first. Around this was …
We have had an interesting couple of days. Yesterday we drove into Vancouver and first visited the Capilano Suspension Bridge. This is one of the best examples of a suspension bridge in the world. It was originally built in 1889 and has only had minimal upgrades since then. It is now in a park which has a number of attractions. The Douglas firs are …
... trainers are okay. What does that mean??
Tentative plans include Tuesday Westminster Abby and maybe a show at night. Wednesday Tower of London, afternoon tea, museum. Somewhere sprinkled in maybe a walking tour, Parliament, British Library, double decker bus. So much to see and experience
... and sci-fi. Got heaps of photos then came and chilled back at the hostel. Bought a cheap tent, a cooking pot and some stuff roger ready for this road trip. The car looks like its gonna be expensive but I think I'll just get hatchback rather than an SUV to make it ...
... the back of motorbikes with them, Todd stayed in Kuakata. I thought I might be going for a couple hours fairly close by, guess I should have asked in advance. We crossed 6 ferries each direction, 1 1/2 hours each way. They finally drove back small paths and we arrived at their family village, Thun Sung.
I was introduced to probably 40 people, I had been invited to a family reunion and would be here all day. The welcome was sincere, I visited the family burial plot, went to a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking