DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport - Southcenter
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... setup until 10am when our brunch started. We got a free ride up to the top of the Space needle.
Brunch was very good and worth the cost. At brunch, the table rotated 360 degrees for view of skyline. We got admission to the observation deck afterwards. The views (not surprisingly) were phenomenal. We took photos and selfies and wandered around the deck for about an hour before making our way to ...
... nothing too exciting to report. Until my friend Mia arrived the next day. I met Mia in San Francisco and we discovered we would be in Seattle together for 24 hours so we were excited about getting to hang out there. We spent the day wandering around and exploring the downtown area. We walked through Pikes Place Market, saw the original Starbucks, had an awesome lunch in a brew pub (really great beer!) and went to see the Space Needle. The needle was pretty cool and we wanted to go ...