Embassy Suites Seattle-Bellevue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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Up and out the door by 4 this morning. We made it to the airport, the shuttle, check-in, security and the flight! The kids did great on the flight and had several compliments about how great of travelers they are. Proud parents! We met Grandpa Marty and GG at baggage claim. One lost bag, a very important car seat! Thankfully Alaska Airlines has a …
Johncast stayed here on Jun 9, 2014 during their trip titled: Johncast's Great Adventure.
... Despicable Me (1 and 2) and The Big Bang Theory (and definitely not crying at either) and sleeping it off to remember that this is all pretty damn exciting. It didn't take me long to shake it off and get back on track.
I checked out of the hostel the following day to head down to Burien in South Seattle. My uncle had put me in touch with his friends Carl and Heather who had been kind enough to say they would put me up for the week. Heather collected me from the ...
An African safari! The trip of a lifetime. People dream of going to this exotic land. They spend years planning, saving, and dreaming. But not if you are Therese and I. We feel 5 weeks is a sufficient amount of time to plan and be fully prepared to go. So naturally, we have run into a few surprises along the way.
- Malaria pills- Surprisingly, you cannot go to your local REI to purchase. They are not like ...
I think everything is ready to go. I'm packing much lighter this time due to the stay being half as long, as well as easy access to a washer/dryer at the apartment we're renting. Weighing my checked bag reveals it is barely tipping over 35 lbs, a significant delta from the 48 lbs taken to India. That just means more room for goodies to bring back!
Speaking of which, ...