Talaris Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... other taxi driver, then he opened the back door and told the family to get out of the taxi. The bewildered tourists did as they were told and walked back to the other taxi with the new driver trying to sound reasonable as he explained that you just can't do that. I did feel sorry for the family. When they walked past me the lady raised her eye brows and huffed - I couldn't have agreed more! The next taxi ...
Eric and I arrived in Seattle on a typical cloudy August day. We even got a few sprinkles. We drove down to Pike Place Market and after jogging through a lot of traffic found a great place to park. We walked around the market and did a little shopping. It was ...
... and Ram ProMaster.
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... some delicious salmon with a side of clam chowder. After lunch, we tasted some local ice cream at a place called Rocket Donuts, and we browsed a great bookstore. We left Bellingham with hopes that we could camp for the night at Deception Pass State Park, but we arrived a bit too late for a Friday and discovered that camping was full for the weekend, so we headed for Seattle. In Seattle, our generous friends, Matt and Leah, hosted ...
... a taxi.
We headed down the hill toward Pike Place Market (it was about a 1/2 mile walk). On the way, we passed quite a few people begging for money. We have learned from previous travels to not make eye contact.
Pike Place was great, especially the fish throwing, but it was very crowded. Crowds have never bothered me so we walked on in. We explored the market on the inside and then walked around ...