Everett Navy Lodge
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Back in May, we decided to abandon plans for early house-hunting because the timing wouldn't work out. Looking in June would have left us with two months before we could move in, and paying rent to hold an empty place if we found one we really liked. Not having a place to arrive to was a risk, and against my normal plan-ahead mindset, but appealed …
... to it as well and it looked like so much fun. I wanted Gary to go down so I could get a photo but he wouldn't! We then moved on to the Pike markets which is huge. One of the stands is a fish munger and as you purchase your fish one of the men throws it over to the counter to be wrapped. These are huge fish and they didn't drop any. They chant messages in code and it sounds really cool. They dress in ...
... to think so many people can end up in that situation have never seen anything like it before literally crowds of these people hanging about on the street, this time there was an ambulance as well as the police cars in the middle of the road nobody taking much notice obviously just a usual day. Did eventually find the market, parked in a parking building that threatened towing if you didn't pay - we tried to pay but the ...
... THANKFULLY!!!!!!!) I decided then and there I was going to make me dreams come true. I had no apartment, no kids and no significant other so there was no better time for me to plan my trip of a lifetime. I was going to work my ass off for a year, save money and then lose myself traveling through Europe for as long as I could afford.
The original plan was to backpack for 90 days throughout Europe. Hitting all the locations I have dreamt about for years. ...
... we turned the corner onto Providence Point Drive and saw Ilene Dye (Volunteer who leads our Tuesday Hymn Sing), the festive ballons out to welcome us back and could start to hear the cheers, we took to jogging the final stretch up to the driveway and through the ribboned finish line to the musical accompaniment of "When the Saints Go Marching In" played by a quartet from the Issaquah High School brass band. The residents and staff of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting