Extended Stay America - Seattle - Northgate
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... each, and gave us more exposure to seeing the new city of Seattle. We then, dragging our heavy luggage, found the monorail to take us further towards our hotel. So hot today, 29 degrees! To cut a long story short, and a vital Starbucks coffee on the way, we found our hotel without a great deal of problems.
Gladly, it is a nice room, no view, but spacious and very comfortable. Internet is free, and ...
... ice which they pour hot water over at the table to create quite a show. Somehow the ice cream seemed even more delicious covered in dry ice vapor! My parents split bread pudding and Brittany had a trio of sorbets while Susan just enjoyed coffee. After dinner, the observation tower is complimentary, so we took in the sights from the deck above and then made our way back down to firm ground where we did a bit of touristy shopping (we always buy a refrigerator ...
... some of the little shops, though in fairness, most of Seattle does not even begin to come alive until late afternoon. The cruise was fun, and the narrator was funny. Since we were there early, we were able to get seats on the top deck where we could take the best pictures. It was a bright clear day, so it was easy to see Mt Rainier from the harbor. He went over some of the history of Seattle, the 1962 World's Fair, and the rise of ...
... is if I continue to use this blog, I will get something out of this experience. I don't want to put pressure on myself to make this trip meaningful, but I also want it to be more than a mere glimpse. More than a stock photo. I guess we will see!
This trip does look awesome, Giebel set us up to see a lot in the country in a short time without having to spend a lot of money. It is extremely to explore what cultural ...
... the waterfront but the rest of us were scared of heights and chose to stay on solid ground.
At around 4:30, we returned to the hotel to get ready for the baseball game. We walked to Safeco field which was around 1.7 miles. We had decent seats about 35 rows back on the 3rd base line. Safeco is a beautiful park with modern amenities. The food options were very good. As if we didn't have enough to eat earlier in ...