DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport - Southcenter
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So we have made it to the hotel (doubletree), much better than the Sutton Suites we stayed at before our last flight (for those of you who know about that fiasco). This place is huge and we took the wrong elevator and had to backtrack. After about 20 minutes of up, down across sky bridge etc.. We finally made it, ordered room service and have poured a drink. Life is good!
When someone tells you they got stranded in Seattle you'd expect Seattle's infamous inclement weather to be the culprit. However, we got stranded in the Emerald City for quite a different reason.
Our day actually began in Vancouver, Canada and as Seattle, Washington is only about a three hour drive away we thought we would give ourselves …
... next stop and we were very impressed with the vast array of gourmet market stalls there. Mostly fish and flowers, but also pasta, cheese and some unusual shops selling dried apple chips, herbs and spices and cheesecakes. There was an all pervading smell of cinnamon from the many stalls selling breads and pastries. The first ever Starbucks is just across the road from the market - there is no photo as it looks exactly like all the ...
Shout out to the lovely Keturah, Kristianna, and Emily for bringing me to the Cruise Terminal in Seattle to catch my ship! SUCH a blast getting to know them better and taking this mini road trip adventure with them. They are such blessings :)
Went through security at the Crew Check In where the security woman called a crew office staff, to escort me aboard. She showed me the main crew/staff walkway on the ship and where the crew office was and ...
... there, and our guide thought we would whizz through. But no, they saw it as an opportunity to get everyone off the coach, all luggage off, and a search of the coach. I don't think they found much in the way of drugs or arms though. We were then herded into the customs hall for a thorough interrogation, because of course we all had extremely suspicious looks on our faces and the smell of hash was everywhere! Some of our group had fairly human officers to deal ...
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