Comfort Inn & Suites Seattle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Seattle
I stayed here for one night, fresh off my flight from Anchorage and ready to go to Fresno the next day.
It was very comfortable, but the AC (or whatever it was!) kept turning on during the night and waking me up. :(
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A flying visit! Sorry, Seattle. I loved you, but I guess I have other places to be!
Woke up to some rain this morning as we ate our waffles for breakfast. Since our first stop was an indoor activity we decided to hop in the car and get the day started anyway. It was a good thing we did because we were able to take advantage of the "Early Bird" parking near Pike Place Market. As we arrived to the market the rain cleared up and the …
I didn't sleep well but when I woke up I was feeling better. We packed up and left the house mid-morning and headed south into the good old US of A. We are dorks and calculated that we had been gone for 777 days (travel time plus Ecuador time). Just 26 miles into our journey we came to a complete standstill on the road. Seems everyone wanted to …
... from Seb, and they used to catch the same bus to school. So now there are three Central Coast kids kicking back in Downtown Seattle. I think I feel a song coming on...
There is just one moon and one golden sun
And a smile means friendship to everyone
Though the mountains divide
And the oceans are wide
It's a small world after all.
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... it is constantly rotating, so that your view of the city is constantly changing. It takes fifty minutes or so to completely rotate, and the added challenge of finding your table when returning from the restroom adds a bit of variety to a lunchtime stop. We bookended our day with visits to the Capitol Hill district where we had locally roasted coffee in the morning and locally brewed beer in the evening. We fly back tomorrow, and it feels like this mini USA adventure is ending all too ...