Inn at the WAC
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Indoor pool
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... someone who says Koh Phi Phi is awesome. Without plans, the option is then available to go there.
I have spent the last 2 months buying and packing, what I think is a good backpack. This backpack is going to be my life for an extended period of time, so I wanted everything I would need, but not have it too heavy or bulky. I typically have a problem with over packing. 'What if i need this heavy wool jacket in Thailand for the off chance its cold!?" haha its been a challenge to ...
... was over 70 pounds, it would be $200. Gee thanks Susie Sunshine! The only good thing I could think is that maybe my $100 would go towards my son's profit sharing account. And airlines wonder why people hate them.
We then went over to the TSA line. All I can say is thank God for TSA Pre-Check. It is the best $85 that you can spend. We got through the line in about 5 minutes (instead of 30). We then met Rachel in the waiting area. By now, it was a bit ...
... restaurant that we had visited on our last trip called Ray's boathouse. It is located right on the water and offers outdoor seating. Dawn, Denny and Carter drove down to join us for dinner. The place has great customer service and offers large blankets to wear around you since the temperature dropped dramatically once the sun went down.
After dinner, we drove back to Duvall. We immediately figured out that it is easy to become Sleepy in Seattle.
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... finally warm enough to sit on the deck and read my book - although unfortunately, it turned out that it was alsowarm enough to get burnt, for me at least! Then, on Thursday, we reached Victoria. We had talked about going whale watching but as we saw whales from the ship, we decided to just walk around and sightsee. We followed a Native American history trail ( apparently Canadians call them Original People) and got a water taxi, which ...
... it would be a fun way to see the city. I called my folks who decided to take a rest, so we made our way back down to the waterfront - only after passing through the great gum walls of Post Alley. Disgusting! The minute you walk into the alley you can smell the overwhelming scent of the millions and millions of chewed gum plastered all over the walls. It looks somewhat like art and somewhat like vandalism. The Seattle Great Wheel had ...