Inn at the WAC
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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Our last bus ride today as we headed to the Seattle centre which is the home of the Space Needle and the Experience Music Project museum. We headed up the Space needle and although the temperature was below freezing the views were outstanding. With 360 degree views we could see all the way to the mountains and out to the ocean. The needle was built for the 1962 world fair and has been a landmark ever since. Plenty of photo opportunities and after ...
... next stop was a nice coffee at Starbucks, and it was a nice cup too, we all had a cuppa. A bit more of a drive around, then back to Caroline's and Mikes home, where we had a look at their lovely Motor Home, enjoyed the company of each other, we had Tea, and another relax, then an early night, for G & P after another full day. Weather; Drizzle rain first thing, cloudy till lunch time, then fine, no wind all day. Temp ...
... and have Calamari and Scallops that are the best we have ever had. We get in after midnight, enjoying what the city has to offer.
Walt and Tammy are staying another night here, and Lee and Kathy are going to take the slower back roads back to Bozeman.
I have been in contact with Kara my youngest daughter who is 9 months pregnant with a boy. She and Husband Nate are eagerly awaiting the delivery, and the ...
... on Rachel the pig, and walked up and down the aisles. Huge place!
We were told we had to see the famous Gum Wall which was located near Pike Place. The Gum Wall is actually the front of a building where people put their chewed gum. Quite gross really but I think it was worth seeing.
Pot had recently become legal and there was a special aroma in the air in ...
The day started early with breakfast with my sisters. The morning seemed to drag since we weren't getting picked up until 11. Our shuttle finally came and we were off. Once arriving at the pier things got crazy. Everything was very unorganized, much unlike our first cruise. It took us about and hour and a half to get on board. Setting up special needs prior to the trip always makes you a little ...