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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBelltown Inn Seattle
In upper midtown which makes easy access to the main attractions. Walking distance to everything
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Washington, wash-ing-ton... Wasn't rainy! It was actually a very nice 30 degrees. We only needed one layer, it was awesome. Although 30 degrees the first part of Washington was coming out of a frost. Something called freezing fog. It freezes anything in its path and the town looked like a wintery underworld. It was eery and almost magical. Our …
... provided a rare insight to the development of the Hubble Space Telescope and provided an opportunity to learn about the history of the Space Shuttle and the development of American space travel.
We spent the final hour in the J. Elroy McCaw Personal Courage Wing, a dedication to the men and women involved in the air wars of WWI & WWII. Again, there were spectacular life-size aircraft perfectly displayed with complimentary information on their ...
- Leaving Seattle today.
- These last four days have been very eventful, yet a nice break from the traveling.
- On Saturday we shopped in the historic Pike Place Market, and even visited the very first Starbucks.
- We spent $40.25 on Saturday total by the time we purchased souvenirs for ourselves and our friends and coffee at Starbucks.
- On Sunday, we started off ...
... cruise. We seemed like old friends thanks to social networking.We were happy to meet his wife, Elaine too. I returned our life vests to our cabin and Larry proceeded to the Crow's Nest as the Oosterdam prepared to set sail.
We were soon joined by two other couples looking for a spot to sit and enjoy the view as we left the Seattle Harbor. After a bit of small talk we learned that we had more in common than just being on ...
... were two other groups there at the same time; the green group had children aged 11-15, and the 3rd group were adults only. We were assured that our paths would never cross.
Dinner (as were most of the meals) were served buffet style. Tonight we had sliced turkey, mixed salad, squash, green beans and a brownie dessert. Not a bad start.
It was fairly early to bed as we had had a long day and we leave early in the morning for our first tour.