Westwynd Motel And Suites
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... with all sorts of glass art objects
on display. It was all amazing. The walkway led to the campus of the University
of Washington, Tacoma.
We drove to Bremerton and had a picnic lunch in a local park
which was very pretty and peaceful. We even walked on the walking path for a
couple miles getting some exercise. All of this area has lakes, bays, rivers
and water all around which makes for beautiful scenery.
We head to Bothell WA Tuesday. ...
Can you imagine someone coming to Sydney and not seeing the Opera House or the Sydney Harbour Bridge or going to Paris and missing out on the Eiffel Tower. Of course not. Using that as an example you cannot go to Seattle without going to the Space Needle and spending a few tourist dollars to take in the view.
We had previously visited New York City and took the trip to the viewing area on the ...
During the night the ship hit a storm front and began rockin and rollin, this kept up for most of today. After breakfast I made it to the Origami lesson and learnt how to make a Bird. I really enjoyed it and found it not as difficult as I thought it would be, I will have look for some Origami paper in Japan and learn how to do other things. I then went to get my hair cut and roots died before lunch. The cost of ...
... eyes. The plants are well laid out and colourful , the climate must have an impact as we haven't seen anything like this before in Australia. We were allowed 2 hours to view the gardens which gave us plenty of time to see everything. Got back on the bus and was dropped of at our hotel the Rialto. This was very comfortable however the room was small , but this was ok as we were out most of the ...
... that were participating. The roundest rock from each business was submitted for the final championship and the roundest rock was declared "roundest rock of 195-". The winning five rocks from 1953 were on display (they all looked equally spherical) and there was a photo of the 1951 Round Rock Queen proudly displaying the five winning rocks for that year… Happy days.