Westwynd Motel And Suites
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Another magnificent breakfast cooked by our hosts Linda and Tom, of waffles with homemade caramelised syrup and fresh fruit, saw us ready for another day of exploring Seattle. Our home away from home, the car, in which we had driven over 1600 miles (with no major accidents!) was returned this morning before taking the light rail into town. Seattle has a great feel about it with beautiful baskets of flowers displayed on lamp posts ...
... set in a lovely garden but it is the indoor displays that are the show stealers.
They do a pretty mean lunch in the cafe too though I was disappointed not to have the opportunity to visit a restaurant advertised locally - "The Crab Pot Restaurant and Bar". I quote from their publicity: "Our speciality: A variety of shellfish steamed with mouth watering spices, poured out on butcher paper. We give you a mallet, board and bib and…let you go at it!". ...
... that night together until the wee hours. We made plans to meet the next day and hang out together for the rest of the week. I had myself a little posse and it felt good. This was my first real experience with the often unexpected magic of travel friendships. I am still good friends with Mike to this day. The next day on the beach, we met a cool young Brazilian lawyer named Icaro. We were the only gringos on the beach and he was interested in talking with us. We played ...
... Lads. We planned to go to the EMP Museum, a museum all about the rich music history of Seattle.
The building itself was pretty impressive with a metal wall that changed colour from a dark purple to metallic silver across the walls. It didn’t look overly big from the outside but actually took lie 3 hours to get round. Seeing some of the first guitars, which were invented in Seattle, Kurt Cobain and Jimmy Hendrix’s Guitars and the history of Nirvana and ...
In December of 2013 we decided that we were going to Israel with a group of people who were, for the most part, strangers. We started attending Harbor Christian Center in June of the same year and had met with Pastor Gino who is one of our fearless leaders for the Israel excursion. To date our group (but not in it's entirety) has met for a few informational meetings so we have met several new couples. ...