Fairfield Inn & Suites Seattle Bellevue/Redmond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... place we are staying is a really cute, 2 bedroom house. They call it Treasure. Bob and Kathleen greeted us when we arrived. Ben claimed the service to be "5 stars" and Julia was impressed with the complimentary Ferrero Collection by our bed. I was impressed with the complimentary coffee and wine! Also, homemade muffins in the fridge! Very nice place to relax after the long drive.
... which turned out to be a proper laundromat filled with crazy people talking to them selfs the usual dry cleaner wackos , it felt like it took hours and it was one of the dodgier places we had done our washing , we were glad to get out of there when we did. After spending 40 dollars just getting to the laundromat we did not have enough money to catch one home so we lugged our suitcases with us back to the hotel it was about a 20 minute walk but took ...
This morning we woke up to a lovely day in Seattle, however both John and I were not great due to the amount of food we are eating and the fact that we are not eating fresh vegetables etc. I do hate American style eating , there salads are terrible and their portion sizes are ridiculous. Anyway we went down to breakfast and I was looking forward to having yoghurt and fruit again however they had sold out and we couldn't have it. John order the salmon bagel and I had the ...
... best site in the campground and the ranger stated so himself when he checked us in.
Site 37 is a large pull through with small iron fire pit and picnic table perched right on the edge of the water of the sound. Huge worn washed up logs are the only barrier to the salty water. When we arrive the tide was just heading out so it water was lapping at the edge of our site. It took a few maneuvers by ...
... saying? The worlds oldest occupation? Needless to say the Government jumped on board and created a ten dollar "seamstress," tax that provided Seattle with eighty five percent of its revenue for the next five years. Every town has it's own gimmicky tourist traps and for Seattle it's was their very own "Ride the Ducks." An amphibious vehicle that drives through the downtown streets of Seattle before entering into the large house boat surrounded lake Union. We happily babysat Maya's niece ...