Extended Stay America - Seattle - Renton
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in Europe, they are monstrous and you literally need to walk through the mall to get to the planes. We acquired a couple of must haves and went to the gate. Now, due to the economic issues in Iceland a few years ago, they are a bit behind in their infrastructure and this is really obvious at the airport. There are clearly more flights and people than the airport can handle and we rode a bus to our plane waiting at the cargo area.
... and had a look. The gum wall which is literally a big wall down an alley with thousands of pieces of chewy stuck to it which made it look arty was not far away. Next we took the elevator up the tallest building for a beautiful view of Seattle. Seattle has lots of little islands and inlets because it's on the "ring of fire". Allana and I walked to the Safeco stadium to watch the Seattle Mariners vs Cleveland Indians play baseball!! We had a sweet lower ...
... 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 ...
Since we've been harassed ;) by some friends and family to keep them updated on our endeavors, we decided to start a blog of some sort as we venture out ;). I'm so far behind the latest trends of networking I thought resorting back to facebook and trying a new travel app would be the best bet...so please bear ...
... V Food this place was definitely on our list of things to do. Its called the Crab Pot and their speciality is the Sea Feast which is made up of 3 types of crab, prawns, mussels, oysters,squid and vegies. Man it was awesome they tip it all out on the table in front of you and let you go nuts. Hands down best (and cheapest) seafood we have had in a long time!
Next stop Stevens Pass and Leavenworth.....