Extended Stay America - Seattle - Bellevue - Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Seattle - Bellevue - Downtown
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... it is still in the Wendy's parking lot Ogden, UT? Ben did not enjoy this as much as the rest of us.
We finally arrived in Klamath Falls, OR - about 40 miles from Crater Lake at about 10:45 pm. I am always surprised by how long it takes to get from one state to the next on the West coast. If we drove for 9 hours on the East coast, we would have passed through at least 6 states.
... it if your in Seattle . We spent around 2 hours in the space needle and it was around 2:30 when we came out we caught the monorail back to near our hotel and went to get changed. we hadn't done any laundry since before New York so we decided to take a trip to the laundromat, we caught a taxi to the place where the concierge at our hotel had told us was one, turns out it was just a dry cleaners so then we had to catch another taxi to get to the ...
... Alaska in support of Operation Dew Line. I have included a picture of that view today of the area off the port bow that used to be the quarters of the Commandant 13th
This is short just to let everyone know that we arrived safelyand will soon "sail away".
NEXT: Depends on what happens.
... Transcanda Highway 1 and quickly swept through greater Vancouver and onto the Sea to Sky Highway. Driving along the cliffs above Howe Sound with such a great elevated vantage point from the coach was spectacular, at least for me. Tony had to watch the road carefully as it is nothing but curves. We arrived at Porteau Cove Provincial Park around 5:30 PM and found our campsite beside the sound #37. ...
... underground passageways led by a humorous guide for ninety minutes. An excellent informative tour, the highlight of which for me was that during a census taken in the late 1800's it was found that Seattle was the fashion capital of the world. Yes, you can forget Paris, London and New York as the worlds fashion barometers. Over ten percent of population were women who had marked their occupation as "seamstress," and funnily enough they all lived in the same downtown area.....know what ...