BEST WESTERN PREMIER Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PREMIER Plaza Hotel & Conference Center Puyallup
We loved everything about this hotel, beautiful, great services, amazing breakfast included, hot tub and pool, good Wi-Fi speeds and good access to Mt Rainier NP
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... construction zone, and between me and the guard rail. I blow my feeble horn and when construction clears I pull up next to him on the drivers door. I raise my helmet and shout about his ignorance, lack of care for his fellow travelers and other clichés that come to mind. This does not quell or diminish my anger that this guy almost killed me a couple of hours from my final destination. For a few moments I consider kicking his door ...
... middle schools. It was shocking to learn that our daughter's teachers made sure to tell her this vacation will definitely affect her grades. Poor girl was not bringing her computer with her, but made sure to check on her assignments every night. It's a good way to deal with our jetlag I guess.
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... for me and although Kimberley realised she very much did not like being in the gondola, she managed to relax enough by the third time round to enjoy the view. We spent the afternoon losing ourselves in the exciting Pike Place Market; it wasn't even peak season for the marketplace and there were still more flowers and grocery vendors than I had ever seen in one place. The multi-story market offers many quirky stores and fresh food- the smells of fish, food and ...
... buildings left in a world below a world. Third stop of the day was the convention centre, Seattle's highest building. It was a bit pricier than I expected but as I was already on the 74th floor I got involved anyway. Quite funnily Starbucks are within every block vertically too. There is one on the ground floor and the 40th. Hell there could even be more on the floors inbetween. The views were almost 360 and pretty spectacular. You get a real sense of Seattle's ...