Econo Lodge SeaTac Airport
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... this place is known for raining yet our time has been beautiful. We next
went to Ruby Beach, this beach is divided into two by a creek Elliot could not
wait for the opportunity to walk across it, and it was very cold! The last stop
of our trip was a 3 hour hike and it was just breathtaking. Through ancient
tree groves, mountains, along Lake Quinaut and finally down through the
... Park, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, and obviously a super cool walking tour around the city. Although it misted the whole time, I learned a surprising amount about the city and met an Aussie and Belgian girl who I hung out with for the rest of the day. I wonder what tours in Toronto would show you. I know next to nothing about that city. Anyways, afterwards we did the Pike Place brewery tour, went to Owl'n Thistle for fish and chips (happy hour is ...
... fashion show. I had a lovely Christmas with my family, then worked my last shifts at REI. Even after only working there a couple months I can honestly say I got choked up walking out the door. Those people are so interesting, kind and entertaining that I will be sad if I never get to go back and work there again. Sunday night before I left was reserved for a large group of friends, mostly from college. We met up for drinks and laughed about ...
... on the water next to the centre of town. We grabbed a Starbucks (as everybody in Seattle does) and checked out the very first Starbucks situated in the market. We watched a bunch of tall, burly fellows throwing fish around and singing every time somebody purchased some seafood. After a market-style lunch we walked uptown to see the Space Needle and some of the Seattle museums. For the afternoon, we ventured back to the market and found a local brewery called Pike. It ...
... seat! Thankfully Alaska Airlines has a secret room full of seats in all sizes for this very situation. We made our way to the hotel in Bellevue, a quick bite to eat then off to Cousin Mike's house to meet up with family. A nice afternoon chatting and visiting. Now back to the hotel, everyone is ...