Embassy Suites Seattle-Bellevue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Hot tub
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... had a taproom with a few things to eat. Now they have a huge tap room and restaurant. Larry and Derek had a Harvest Moon, their seasonal fall beer.
Before long we were pulling into Erin's driveway and went in to say hi to her cat, Scarlet. We left her car there and drove to Bellevue for supper at Azteca, another tradition when we visit her. They have really good Mexican food and margaritas. Larry and Derek had Dos Equis Amber and I ...
... at the city from above. The harbor was full of boats and the city was big. We had a great view of Mt. Rainer. Down to the bottom after a few pics. We headed over to the glass gardens (Adams was not thrilled) we saved $5 each on the $26 ticket thanks to the man with the free needle pass. The glass work was outstanding, so colorful and intricate, I loved it. Adam tolerated it. We exited and took the Montarail back to the car and headed out of town to the Snoqulain water fall. It was ...
... at the Asian pacific museum... but our stomachs were leading this trip, per always. So we went to Pike place public market ( originated by the Japanese in 1901 but no one knows that because then they got sent to internment camps and white people took it over) Getting off track... the market was really cool! A ton of open fish stands, fresh fruit, herbs, spices, vegetables... crafts, handmade bags, ethnic foods. . Busy busy busy and our first stop was a fish ...
... exhibit, and a very interesting one. In particular, the exhibit included a portion on the Japanese-Americans in the military with a picture of a group of men who were in the Military Intelligence Service Language Institute located in Fort Snelling. I think I recognized one of the men, Mr. Imagawa, who worked with Sayo, Russ, and Gerry's dad. Sayo, Gerry, Russ, and Mel, take a look at the guy in the middle front row. Is that Mr. Imagawa?
Anyway, walked from there ...
... 34 rows back where we enjoyed the amped atmosphere and chocolate dipped strawberries. Our hostel we stayed at was called Hotel Hotel Hostel ($28/night) which was a interesting name but it was in a nice suburb Fremont which was a young vibe because it's a university area. Today I booked my flight for December to come home for when Jemma has the baby ($1660). The Sunday markets were just down the road from our hostel which were cool and we had some delicious ...