Econo Lodge SeaTac Airport

Address: 13910 International Blvd., Seattle, Washington, 98168, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the SeaTac Airport area of Seattle, is near Museum of Flight, Taste Pike Place Market, Kubota Gardens, and Kubota Garden.
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      Travel Blogs from Seattle

      Civilian Aircraft Over The Ages

      A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Dec 09, 2014

      20 photos

      ... was too. As you can see from the photos - I can't stand up in it properly. Long and narrow, so long in fact, that I am told you could see the body flexing upon take-off and landing!! I'm glad I got to go in this one - saved $10,000, and almost flew!

      The next is a Boeing 707 - the previous 'Airforce 1'!

      The last interior shots are of the new Boeing 787 ...

      A bear theory

      A travel blog entry by lcarnegiebrown on Nov 29, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... bear music).

      Scenario 3:
      This is when you somehow manage to anger the bear. You then have a few options for how you would like to spend the remainder of your shortened life, none of which are particularly appealing…
      The first is to drop a bag or some other sacrifice for the bear; this may distract it and give you ...

      Seattle City Tour

      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Sep 19, 2014

      28 photos

      ... in 1851. Soon they realized that the currents surrounding the point did not make the location good for docks and harbors, so the settlement was relocated across the sound. Doc Maynard was one of those first to arrive and he had the wisdom to befriend the Native Americans, thus naming the new city for the chief. The area abounded with hugh cedar trees and Mr. Yessler opened the first commercial venture in the area, a saw mill, on what is still known ...

      Seattle - This is where we board the ship

      A travel blog entry by gretchen-bob on Sep 19, 2014

      6 comments, 17 photos

      ... are 12 duplicate and four rubber bridge tables playing in the afternoons—we are loving it). There are also four Mah Jongg tables and a myriad of other games going on. We can learn to speak basic Japanese and Chinese and do origami. Tai Chi and Yoga are popular in the morning. Watercolor painting and knitting are available, as well as trivia ...

      The journey begins

      A travel blog entry by randysmithmba on Jul 10, 2014

      2 photos

      ... a gate and let her off. Oh boy, this is not looking good. It actually did not take long to pull into the gate and let her off. It reminded me of a “perp walk” at the jail. She is walking off and everyone is eyeballing her. It took us close to an hour to go from gate 72 to 83 at MCO. We finally took off and I pulled up the Delta app and it indicated that we had been moved to a later flight. ...