Navy Lodge Everett
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We caught a taxi back into town to pick up the hire car. The “Thrifty” depot is in a parking lot right in the center of town. We went in and then down a few levels dragging our suitcases only to find that the office was upstairs in the next building. We are now driving a new Rav 4. It is so good driving a normal car again. It feels as though we are sitting on the road. When I started driving I was wobbling all over the ...
... artist that found a lot of his inspiration while living in Italy. There were glass sculptures that bore from the ground and reached the ceiling. My favourite was an isolated room, beautifully lit with a black platform. From the black platform arose a forest of glass artwork in all different forms, curvatures and colors. It was as if being on a scene of Alice in wonderland. 2 days before our flight out of the states was my birthday. We had a nice family birthday celebration at ...
... saying? The worlds oldest occupation? Needless to say the Government jumped on board and created a ten dollar "seamstress," tax that provided Seattle with eighty five percent of its revenue for the next five years. Every town has it's own gimmicky tourist traps and for Seattle it's was their very own "Ride the Ducks." An amphibious vehicle that drives through the downtown streets of Seattle before entering into the large house boat surrounded lake Union. We happily babysat Maya's niece ...
... needle and went up 520 feet to the observation deck. The sun had just set and the views of the city & mount rainier were amazing! I have never been to a city where bright orange autumnal trees, skyscrapers & snow capped mountains are all in the same skyline. Our stomachs complaining tore us away from the view & we headed back to downtown for some food. It was great to see a familiar face & share my experience of Seattle ...
... aspects which go under the radar. How friendly Americans are! There has not been one bus trip that I haven't had a conversation with a local. Whether it be them trying to help us when we're lost, them taking an interest in us after hearing our weird accent or just saying hi. In Sydney every one is on their smart phones on the buses, almost frightened to speak to one another. Cath and I said goodbye to our billets welcoming them to stay with ...