Chambered Nautilus Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 5005 22nd Ave. NE, Seattle, Washington, 98105, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the University District area of Seattle, is near University of Washington, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Henry Art Gallery, and Jet City Improv.
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          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Microwave in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

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          Travel Blogs from Seattle

          In the air again

          A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 17, 2015


          ... a long line for security snaking across the hall. I'd been planning to get something for breakfast while waiting to board, but virtually nothing was open yet. So I got a bottle of water and sat at the gate, which smelled faintly of poo.

          Again, the flight was very bumpy and the seat belt sign was on during most of the flight. At least I had an aisle seat this time, and the cabin crew was pleasant. We were served almost immediately with a ...

          Why? Why New Zealand?

          A travel blog entry by selahrees on Sep 01, 2015

          1 photo

          ... about who you are.

          Now, that person isn't just out there waiting for us beyond the borders of our city, state, or country. Neither is that person necessarily the person you find, but I believe it is the person you create within yourself. That is the beauty of it all, when you travel, you see the world anew, and you open your eyes wider and listen with more intention as you begin to ...

          Seattle, Washington

          A travel blog entry by barbandgraham on Aug 01, 2015

          20 photos

          ... each, and gave us more exposure to seeing the new city of Seattle. We then, dragging our heavy luggage, found the monorail to take us further towards our hotel. So hot today, 29 degrees! To cut a long story short, and a vital Starbucks coffee on the way, we found our hotel without a great deal of problems.

          Gladly, it is a nice room, no view, but spacious and very comfortable. Internet is free, and ...

          Mountainous Montana and Sleepless in Seattle

          A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Jul 24, 2015

          1 comment, 82 photos

          ... bus back to our lovely AirBnB apartment in Ballard. The bus journey was pretty uneventful and we got a flavour of Ballard on our walk back through town.

          Our last day in Seattle was to be a local Ballard day, and we took time to walk down to the Botanical Gardens where we visited the largest locks we’ve ever seen, along with a salmon ladder created in the early 1900’s by a very forward thinking chap by the name of Hiram M Chittenden. The ...

          Prayers, Icebergs and Awesome Sub Sandwiches

          A travel blog entry by lmorton on Jul 23, 2015

          1 comment, 2 photos

          ... the flight i looked out the window and saw this little white lump floating in the grey below. "Lyndsey, look, an iceberg!" It then struck me how high up we were, and how collosal that chunk of ice must be for us to see it. It had a turqoise glow around its edge and was absolutely beautiful. Then we saw another. And another. And all of a sudden a large sheet of fragmented ice was visible, breaking away ...