Auburn Travelodge Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... shed', consisting of 6 production hangers, is amazing! Did I mention that the sun was out...which made the livery on the shed doors visually exciting. Unfortunately, this tour is like being in Singapore...No Cameras, No Phones, No Bags, No nothing...just you and your undies! Still, it was a great tour given the size of the aircraft, hangers, runway, and line-up of 'purchased' Boeing aircraft on the runway. John and I thought about ...
This morning I woke up not feeling great so I did not go with John for a walk around the deck. As a result I missed the sunrise which John said looked fabulous. The day was spent relaxing and wandering around the ship. I went to the lecture on the Alaskan Coast Guard which was interesting. We then spent the afternoon in our cabin reading and I did my jigsaw puzzles. About 5.30 we went to the Crows ...
... 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 ...
... sights. We got to have dinner with the lovely Rich and Erin Hobson - introduced by the Stewart's - had a great evening with them and they drove us around and showed us around town, they drove us past Duff's house (guns n' roses) - one of the main reasons Peter wanted to come to Seattle! Sadly he wasn't in! Other highlights of the trip included - EMP - rock music museum - fantastic - highly recommend! ...
... sightings as we spied three deer on the roadside as we approached the Hood Canal Bridge. I was leary of this bridge because of the weather but the weather wasn't horrific by the time we got there. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge, though, was pretty windy. Highway 101 to 104 to 3 to 16 to I-5 to 18 to 164.
Crib - 3 nothing for me -- much better start than our last trip.... of course, Denis might claim diminished capacity being sick and all....