Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Kent/Sea-Tac Airport

Address: 6329 South 212th Street, Kent, Washington, 98032, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the SeaTac Airport area of Kent, is near Pioneer Square, Elliott Bay Waterfront, Ed Munro Seahurst Park, and Riverbend Golf Complex.
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          Travel Blogs from Kent

          Matt's Homestead

          A travel blog entry by atimetowander on Jul 10, 2015

          5 photos

          Drove to Bremmer's Farmhouse in Kent Washington. Got awesome BBQ along the way at Hop N Grape in Longview, Washington. We were greeted by Barker ( I mean Parker) the dog and given a tour of the place. We were given our first introduction to the game Hanabi which is a lot of fun. Olivia and Matt made us an awesome dinner. Darren and Erin also came over for games.


          A Northwest Metropolis With Spectacular Views

          A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jul 09, 2015

          6 photos

          ... there is even a fire burning now in one of the Olympic Peninsula's rain forests. Fire in a rain forest -- that is just wrong! I'm glad we saw Mt. Rainier when we did because we certainly couldn't see it now. The elevation here in the campground is 23 feet, and the forecasted high temperatures are from the high-70's to high-80's, lows in the high-50's, and sunny. Don't think we're going to see much sun, however, with all the ...

          On the Road Again!

          A travel blog entry by cjbishop on May 26, 2015


          ... nights docked in the center of small cities along the river, so evening strolls are easy, as is simply getting on/off the ship. There are no casinos. The entertainment is usually a pianist supplemented by local entertainment (singers, dancers or musicians) when in port. There are excursions/tours in every port, and lectures on-board the ship. It is definitely a slower paced vacation and one we have come to ...

          Hit the shops

          A travel blog entry by wholc3 on Oct 28, 2014

          ... looking so kept going on my way back to find Kim. We worked our way through the shops and back to jcpennies, which is kind of like Myer and trade secret. I wanted to look for new shoes, so headed over there. On my way asked by the same dude if I was ok. Yep still looking. Didn't find any shoes I liked so headed back to find Kim getting discounts on bags. Ran into the same dude asked the same question, got the same answer ...

          Day Six: A Fountain of Water and Beer

          A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 10, 2014

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... 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 ...