Inn at the WAC
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Matt made us yummy crepes in the morning. Went on awesome hike at Snow Lake (6-7 miles round trip). Zach and Darren went swimming in the lake. Had dinner at the Rogue Issaquah Brewhouse (Holdup/Sexual Harassment Frog). Played games and stayed the night with Darren and Erin at their place in Seattle. Got brunch with Darren and Erin (Chicken Fried Chicken) in the morning and headed to Vancouver
... the latter provided mostly by my goofy and wonderful brother, David, and the lovely Beth.
In late June, we headed for Seattle, Washington, where Paul officially started his job with initial training, team introductions and acclimation to internal processes. Neither of us had ever been here, and it is a very cool city full of art museums, food markets, great restaurants, coffee shops and - always my favourite - hill climbs. I've never felt such ...
... I tried to bike there. I rented a bike from Pronto (a 3 day pass) and attempted my first bike ride in like 8 years. It did NOT go well. I'm still not really sure if it's me or the face that it's so hilly here. But I scratched my ankles up because my bike was rolling super fast down a hill and I was trying to stop it by dragging my feet on the ground. I think that will probably be a wasted pass because I'm honestly afraid to try it again.
... supplies the best viewpoint of the city for far cheaper than the Space Needle. And you can go up to the 40th floor for free to get some Starbucks. It must be the highest Starbucks in the U.S. This view for free is probably better than the space needle. It does pay off to get tips like this from the locals. Having some extra time I took the bus then all the way north to Washington park to see some of the park and get to the Japanese garden. I'd heard great things and wanted to ...
... back to the east and crossed over Auburn Way towards the high school. This past year they built a new school where the old Cascade Junior High used to be. Cascade is where mom used to work as the Principal’s secretary. The new school looked pretty nice and I decided to see if they’d improved Troy field where I played football. Besides upgrading the stands and adding astroturf, the location was the same. We actually sat in ...