BEST WESTERN Sky Valley Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Sky Valley Inn Monroe
The hotel staff did their best to accommodate us on short notice. They got our rooms ready sooner than anticipated, offered us laudromat service and went out of their way to make our short stay with them a memorable one.
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... wandering around when you can't do anything. We got back on the ship around 10am and so I took our washing down to the laundry and got that done, I shouldn't have to do anymore before we get home. We then went to lunch and I watched the sail away before heading back to our cabin to rest, I was very tired after a poor nights sleep. We now are headed for Incheon and should get there tomorrow ...
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... did have the Space Needle in the background so we took a picture. Down by the water we passed a large ampersand sign that is part of the installation titled 'Love & Loss' (Roy McMakin, 2005-2006).
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... while watching the sun slowly dip towards the horizon. I grab some great photos –though the bloke next to me with his 3 professional camera setup looks disappointed that there is a lot of cloud cover today. We watch the night lights of Seattle slowly turn on, before eventually heading down. The glass garden is spectacularly lit up, but we sigh as we pass it – Lavinia and I will have to arrange to visit another ...