Comfort Inn Federal Way
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Federal Way
A little tricky to find
Plenty of power outlets
Awesome free breakfast (hot & cold cereals, fresh fruit, yogurt, boiled eggs, waffles, muffins, doughnuts, juices, coffee, milk, scrambled eggs, sausage, bagels, toast, plenty to choose from)
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TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Federal Way
Travel Blogs from Federal Way
... a wide seat...indeed, to see some parts of the country which cannot be seen from a car....and, as I am alone, the thought of very long distance drives are a no-go. Tiring, boring and not actually seeing much because...well, I'm driving? So I hatched a plan. Long and iconic Amtrak journey from LA to Seattle, Washington right up on the Canadian border...passing through the full length of California, Oregon and Washington State. 1400 miles ...
... baseball bat that I bought him. I was tempted to say that our blog included a photo of him playing for The Mariners last night, but even he couldn't be put on a baseball team the day he arrived in the city. (Although goodness knows, they could have done with him.) Anyway, the upshot is, he intends to bat those pesky rats and snails into neighbouring gardens. Unfortunately he still can't hit things very far, so if will probably be only into an adjacent garden. See you soon!
... tomorrow, and be on Europe time when we get to Italy.
Tomorrow we fly from Seattle to Toronto to Munich to Genoa. Once we get to Genoa, we hop a bus to the train station. 2 trains and 2 hours later, we arrive in Vernazza in the stunning Cinque Terre! Once we have some good pictures (ahem, food) and interesting news (ahem, food again) to report, I'll post our next update. Ciao!
We decided to drive around today and see what we could see of these two famous peaks (well, one still has a peak, the other, not so much!) We went to the Mt. St. Helen's Visitor Center first, and were lucky enough to have a beautiful view of Mt. St. Helen's on our way in, and before the expected clouds moved in. We saw a movie about the eruption in 1980 of the mountain, and about ...
... the passengers, the Captain made to decisive changes for which we should be eternally grateful. The first was that they cancelled the Sitka visit. This Town is situated on the open seas coastline and would have involved us taking ...