Comfort Inn & Suites Seattle
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- Continental Breakfast
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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!
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... find somewhere not too expensive to eat. So we asked a man sitting with his dog. The dog was lovely, he was a cross between a King Charles spaniel and a bishon, called something like a champon. His name was Jackpot. The man was lovely too, he was friendly and helpful. He had spent a month in NZ in a camper van touring both islands and loved it. He was very a chatty and friendly. So you see, the naughty and the ...