Bed and Breakfast Inn Seattle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... centre is vibrant and there's a great fountain, but the public art in e.g. The Sculpture Park does not compare to the likes of Chicago. In all, after the scenery and space of Utah, Seattle was a bit of a let down. Not its fault though! We'd been spoiled and had gotten used to the spectacular. Seattle would be an amazing city break in any normal circumstances. Next, ...
August 31, 2015 (10:43 am Seattle time)
I read an article the other day that talked about how we were all born travellers, and that we feel more at peace and focused on what is really important when we travel. When we are babies, the sense of movement is what makes us fall asleep, that rocking back and forth - the sway of a walking and moving body is what often calms us. I know that is ...
... L when we checked in, so had to remove some weight and put it on our 'carry on', so that wasn’t a hassle. $25 each bag charge again. Airport food is pretty expensive we found out as we had to buy breakfast and lunch to take on the plane … but just an incidence of travel.
Our United Airlines flight from NY to Seattle took 5 ½ hours and it was a smooth, pleasant flight. It was ...
... drop off the car, stopping off briefly at Kerry Park where there are the best views of Seattle downtown. We found the car hire place nice and easily then walked to the Fish market and Pike Place. Like San Francisco it is a buzzing place and was so busy we didn't spend long there and decided to find a good coffee shop instead. Seattle Coffee Works came up trumps and got us ready for a quick shopping requirement - our iPad cover needed replacing and funnily enough ...
... after customs, we got the Seattle Light Railway into Seattle and found our hotel, which is AMAZING! There are fairy lights in the trees outside and our room is basically bigger than our entire flat was in London. Plus, they left us some congratulations strawberries! We were pretty tired by this point, so we went foraging for some food, very nearly succumbing to the Subway round the corner, but then going ...