Days Inn Seattle Everett
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... is the weird part of Seattle so it was interesting to explore the neighborhood. I passed by many delicious looking hipster restaurants a'la Atlanta and finally found Revel, tucked into an industrial looking building a few blocks from downtown. It was only 6pm so they weren't terribly busy so I had my seat at the kitchen counter to watch the master chef prepare. The menu was enticing and I went with the cabbage kimchi and short rib rice bowl. This would be the first time I ...
On February 15, 2015 we tied the knot. It was incredibly heartwarming to be surrounded by so many family and friends, and we were swept off our feet by the number of people who traveled so far to support us as we publicly declared our dedication to each other.
One of the most overwhelming displays of generosity was the way our friends and family pitched in to help us with our honeymoon. It was absolutely ...
... with this type of deal where you get a tour and then taken to a store that you are expected to spend money in. The lunch was good, a banquet of a variety of Chinese dishes very enjoyable, but very late in the day to be eating such a big meal as we knew we were to have a Peking Duck dinner, oh well. We headed off again to the Ming Tombs where the 13 Ming Emperor's are buried, we were given 30 minutes to view this historic site ...
I haven't had any time to post while I was actually in Seattle, so I'll write about it now. I spent three full days in Seattle. The first day I met up with my parents, my Aunt Lucy, and her family. We went to my cousin's wedding that night, and it was a beautiful venue. We were on a (stationery) ferry facing the city skyline. It was really lovely, especially at night when the city was all lit up. The next day, my friends and I ...
... was brought to our table on big skewers, time and time again. We ate until we couldn’t eat anymore and stumbled out into the humid air, walking off our meal along Copacabana Beach.
Ipanema is about 1 mile from where our rooms were. We got to the party a bit late, Icaro was there to meet us and introduce us to all of his friends. There seemed to be a number of young professional here, the place was nice and only a block or so to the beach. The Brazilians all spoke ...