Comfort Inn and Suites Kent
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... observation deck, but decided since the smoke was pretty much obscuring the panoramic view we would stay on the ground. Our last stop was the Chihuly Garden and Glass, the most comprehensive collection of the world-renowned artist's works in glass. In the outdoor sculpture garden, trees, plants, and flowers are a real-life backdrop for glass forms that mimic nature. Dale Chihuly's artwork has definitely pushed the boundaries of glass as an art ...
... downtown Seattle. Our GPS lost satellites so we fumbled our way around the city until the GPS got us back to where we needed to be.
We were back to the campground for lunch and to do laundry.
We will NOT be driving into Seattle tomorrow when we go to see the sights. We will be using the light rail and the city trolley to get ...
... own flavoured vodkas and liquers. After two, we were positively skipping down the stairs and onto the Bainbridge ferry for a view of the Seattle skyline from the water at dusk. Simply Beautiful...
The next day was another action packed one, even if we were a little 'Sleepy in Seattle'. Biscuits, or savoury scones to you and me, at a charming place called 'Biscuit *****' for breakfast. A quick cab ride up to Keri Park for another ...
... and the walls on both sides of the cobbled alley are covered in chewed bubble gum up to arms length above your head. Gross in describing it but an interesting sight none the less. Cameron summed it up nicely by saying it was "disgustingly cool". We, of course, had to grab some gum so we could add our own mark. As it was Ashton's first time chewing gum before spitting it out I do hope he doesn't think this is what we do every time......... The ...
... side arm walking down the street ) , Salem and Portland City. Because of all the delays we didn't arrive at King station Seattle till about 1.00 am and then onto our accommodation @ Fox Gloves and into bed at about 1:30. The complete journey was about 27 hours long and travelled about 1600 km. We had to wake up the next morning at @ 7:00 , it was nice sleeping in a very comfortable bed compared to trying to sleep on the ...