Navy Lodge Everett
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... with a striped beach chair and an open shower with glass block window for lots of light. The doors open to the pool but with them closed the room was a little dark. As with many there were no interior windows other than the bathroom.
... Needle has this name but we learnt this little tip from our Lonely Planet book. On the 76th floor of the Columbia Centre we had phenomenal views over the city including the Space Needle which sat at about half the height we were at. We were lucky the day was so clear and sunny so we could see over to West Seattle and all the mountains in the backdrop. There was a football stadium which has home to the Seattle Sounders nearby that was absolutely packed. It was a ...
... replace it.
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 ...
... on hold for up to 20 minutes, then tell the “briefer” my intended route of flight. They would then collect teletype printouts for each state I planned to cross, would scan them for relevant information (all text – no images), and then describe to me the conditions that I might expect to encounter. A long flight with significant weather could easily take 20 minutes to get a full briefing. This information was then 5-6 hours out of date towards the end of ...
... in Lisbon and a extra day in Porto.
The Douro River region is noted for its port wine so we expect to return as "experts" about port wines. In order to qualify as experts we will need to try quite a few ports along the way.
Another experience will be a stop at the shrine at Fatima, which is in Portugal. Fatima is one of the major Catholic shrines where on May 13, ...