Hampton Inn and Suites Seattle-Airport/28th Ave
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The last remaining teen of the family woke up rather early this morning and proceeded to drag everyone out of their beds, she was so excited to go and see Seattle! We were up so early that Liam and Ciaran managed to squeeze in a session at the hotel gym before the buffet breakfast, and after that we were on the shuttle to the Light Railway station …
Oh no! Dad slept through the alarm, the planned 6am start ended up as 7.15am, we had to get back to Vancouver for our coach across the border at 11.45am. After a tense journey in the morning rush hour traffic we returned the RV and got a shuttle transfer to Vancouver airport with half and hour to spare, perfect timing!
We crossed the …
... apparently once a member of the Diocese of Michigan, always a member...) and some porch time and lots of walks we hope, Midland and Detroit to see friends, and anywhere else along the way we feel inclined to visit. The weather is predicted to be perfect and fall colors are promised. Plus the Tigers are in the playoffs. Its good to be a Michigander!
... rest of the gift shop. It is a large store with lots to see. We always try to collect Christmas ornaments wherever we travel. So far on this trip we have bought one in Vegas, San Diego, Disneyland and today we found a beautiful hand painted blown glass ball with an Orca whale on it. Very nice! $16.99 less 10% Latitude discount which is pricey, but in reality is free for us using our on board credit. By this time we were ready for a little break back in our room as we were not ...
... two Atlanta flights you ask? 40 minutes says the supervisor. I play the disabilities card again and ask for an electric cart. OK, but no guarantees. What are the gate numbers of these flights I ask. Concourse A33, the farthest gate on A to Concourse B 20........oh really. It seems in Atlanta to change concourses requires everyone to take a train. Ohhhhh Kay! So, we call our airport taxi, Frank/Marianne who are on their way there to pick up another couple, so we throw the rest of our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn and Suites Seattle-Airport/28th Ave SeaTac
good hotel room facilities, breakfast ok for what it was, shuttle bus service to light railway and underground parking were great.
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