BEST WESTERN PLUS Navigator Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the behind-the-scenes production of the 747, 767, 777, and the newest and most advanced plane, the 787 Dreamliner.Your tour starts off with a short introductory video before you walk through the 2.33-mile (3.7-km) maze of tunnels sitting below the factory. Once inside the hangar, watch as an airplane's wings, tail, and engines come together for a more recognizable end product.
... pondered what to do next and I had nearly a full day ahead of me so I made my way to iconic Pike Place market. This is the oldest continuously operating farmers market in the world and starts right down at Pike and 1st by the water. I quickly realized how much of a huge maze this place was. Seattle is built on these fake hills that were used to build up the city from the west marshland on the coast. So what seems like a 1 floor shopping area is actually a 6 floor maze of shops ...
... 1.30am after an extremely long drive. We were given about 40 minutes to look around. John immediately headed up the Great Wall and climbed the tallest section....didn't wait for me or ask me what I was going to do. I got up a few stairs and decided not to try as I knew I would not make it, I wandered around on the lower section of the wall and took photos, glad I did as I got some nice ones. I started looking around at the ...
... maybe it's the weather but it seems a lot less laid back here than in Vancouver with an angry vibe. There are beggars on every corner and some of them are quite quite aggressive. We've witnessed two angry yelling insult throwing and threatening fights and we've only been out on the streets a few hours!
... excused himself from our conversation, walked just outside his office door and kicked to young prisoner’s ass, punching and kicking him until he was bloody. He calmly walked back into his office, rejoined the conversation with us as if nothing had happened. We were in shock, we asked what happened. He explained to us that the young man had shoplifted from a store nearby and needed to be taught a lesson. I later found out that the shopkeepers often contract with off ...