BEST WESTERN PREMIER Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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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So Seattle was our first Airbnb accommodation and it was interesting! We stayed with Andrew who has a one bedroom apartment in the International/Chinatown district. The bathroom was off his bedroom! Felt a bit weird being in someones home in such a small space but obviously he is fine with it as its his choice to rent out the futon lol. He was happy to answer any questions we had. It was a great price and walking distance to all of downtown, and very ...
... on without the appropraite gear - and incase you're wondering, my 'boys' are the Seahawks seeing as we're in Seattle :P), and it was basically shoulder to shoulder. I was talking to the guy at the checkout (a jersey and a beanie later), and he was saying that this was actually a quite day - it was usually BUSIER!
After fighting my way through the team store, our next mission was finding our seats. They weren't exactly close to the field, but the field itself is ...
... away, but took a lot longer thanks to a gigantic hill, my bike's faulty chain and my own ankle that is still not quite recovered from earlier this year when I fought a pallet jack and lost. The houses around the lake were what I would call classically American: soft colours, big wooden pannelling and american flags flying out from their porches. Just beautiful. The lake itself was massive, and we found our way onto its bike path to join joggers, walkers, roller ...
... before we found a bald eagle right next to where we started. But bald eagles weren't the only wildlife who graced our presence while we were in Seattle. We also got to spend a whole day cruising the San Juan Islands watching Orca whales, minke whales, harbor seals and porpoises. To say it was magical is an understatement. Since I was a little girl I've always wanted to see orca whales in the wild. But living in Australia that's not really an achievable task. ...
... got lost en-route, and give the fact that I had two changes of aircraft, I was anticipating this as an inevitability.
The flight was uneventful, I read most of the way. The next departure gate was in the same terminal building, so it was a really leisurely stroll through the terminal sucking on a Starbucks Grande Latte. Leg one accomplished with ease, and I was beginning to think that this was going to be a stroll in the park!