Fairfield Inn & Suites Seattle Bellevue/Redmond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and it was huge compared to the one at Polaris. We didn't see anything we couldn't live without. We got gas for 2.35 when it was selling most other places around 2.95. Then we headed to the Days Inn in Bellevue and checked into our very tiny room. So glad Erin is in her place. I don't know how we would have fit anything else in the cramped space. We have a lovely view of McDonald's drive thru out our window. We relaxed and I wrote the blog.
... No time for much needed rest for tomorrow adventure to Mt. Rainier! Note: we all know that I looked perpetually tired. I have the dark circles hung over look. Well today we were so worn out that a man in the market who was slicing up apples to sample said that I looked tired and needed to rest. I am sure that the people at the brewery thought that I must have tied one on last night and was in need of some "hair on the dog" I tried to keep my sunglass down the rest of the trip . ...
... dungess crab legs, pieces of andouille sausage, small pieces of corn on the cob and boiled red potatoes. You also get a little wooden mallet which was a lot of fun a la play with your food. Seattle was a great city. So much to see and do, so full of life. The next morning we went to the Wing Luke Asian Pacific Museum and learned a whole bunch about Bruce Lee and his start in Seattle, the beginnings and development of Chinatown and the struggles each culture ...
... good! Then, we shared a heirloom tomato, arugula, and bread salad. And, we shared pan-seared chicken wrapped in prosciutto with haricot vert. Absolutely delectable!
Oh yeah, Dick is conducting business while on the trip, phone calls, and emails are coming in. Glad we have our phones and the iPad!
Another great day on this trip and in Seattle. Tomorrow, we go the Space Needle and the Chihuly Garden and Glass Center!
So, good night, Seattle!
... Built in the early 1900s, the larger lock (825 ft long) held several small and medium boats at the same time and the smaller lock (150 ft) moved larger yacht size boats. A short walk across the lock bridge took us to the fish ladder, a creatively designed place to allow the salmon to make their way upstream and around the locks and dam. Below ground, large windows allow you ...