The College Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of The College Inn
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The College Inn Seattle
Travel Blogs from Seattle
... hour at the Observation Deck, which has 360 degree views of the city and surrounds. The weather was almost perfect to see all over Seattle.
After 'returning to earth' from the Space Needle, I proceeded next door to the Chihuly Garden & Glass Centre. This place is a 'show piece' to Dale Chihuly, a glass artist of extraordinary talent. This place is a MUST SEE for everyone, especially if you're interested in glass ...
... the Pacific North West version of this...chilled, wacky, cultured, green. From the Puget Sound and islands, to the Space Needle and the Jimi Hendrix statue, to the Bladerunner-esque public library to the Hipsterville Capitol Hill area....Seattle rocks. Forget the Microsoft/Amazon/Starbucks corporate thing...the city is rich because of these guys...but it rocks. Everything is indeed awesome ...
... lot. Probably a combination of both. We actually spent most of the evening in a great scotch bar that had a bigger selection than I have seen before. We ended very maturely at around midnight...
BTW...the seafood was pretty good!
Wanted to head to Mt Ranier, but the weather really never cooperated and you could not see the peak through the clouds. I did get a good pic of "the mountain" on my way to Vegas from the air.
... was delicious. I had clam chowder and fish and chips, yum! THEN we went to this ice cream place called Molly Moon that was SO GOOD! They had all these cool flavors like honey lavender, balsamic strawberry, and earl grey! I had honey lavender and it was amazing. The only problem is that their scoops are WAY too big, which is something I never thought I would say. (See here for my thoughts on my ever evolving sugar tastes) But oh man was ...
Back with cell service. It astounds me how many places we have been where the cell service has been nonexistent. But, we should be OK now for a week or two.
We came out of The Dalles and climbed out of the gorge toward Mt Adams and over toYakima. We met up with Robbie and Charlie at Whistin Jack's which happens to be directly across ...