Extended Stay America - Seattle - Renton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The day has arrived, the one I have been waiting for, the retail therapy section of the trip. Not sure where we are off to as there seems to be a lack of what we call "shopping centres" but never mind, surely we can find something to satisfy my hunger. Last night was a little frustrating, for some reason our wireless internet stopped working. Not ideal in an apartment with no television. Listening to the radio and chatting ...
... take it. The tour guides were
hilarious and their knowledge was impressive. Apparently the good old
forefathers of Seattle thought it would be a good idea to build the city on the
tidal flats, which meant that twice a day the streets of downtown flooded with
both sea water and sewage. After a fire in…a year that I forget…30 blocks of
downtown burned to ground, and they thought, sweet as, now we can make things a
bit better than the ...
... suites in Renton nice and clean like all the Hamptons we have stayed in not much around here but we will be going into the city all the time so it doesn't matter unpack,have aJack Daniels and fall asleep
Sunday 25th May 2014
Awake since 12.30(damn you jet-lag) breakfast in lobby not bad and then free hotel shuttle bus to Tukwila light rail station great spot with excellent view of the mountains in the distance.
Train to Pioneer square( about ...
... prototype and a 737 prototype are here, but not open today, but it’s still interesting to see them.
We realise time is getting on, and there are even more exhibits to see, including replicas from World War 1 and World War 2. It will be impossible to see them all before the museum closes, so Lavinia takes the kids to the World War 2 exhibit, and I do a very quick tour of both of the exhibits. It ...
... to the Klondike Museum & it was a beautiful little oasis in the hustle & bustle of the city, shady & serene, where we stopped for a break.
Then it was off to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, although its not actually a park, its a museum-type building. We learned such a lot, especially watching the film, which put everything into perspective as we were heading for Alaska ...