La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Bellevue / Kirkland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... it is constantly rotating, so that your view of the city is constantly changing. It takes fifty minutes or so to completely rotate, and the added challenge of finding your table when returning from the restroom adds a bit of variety to a lunchtime stop. We bookended our day with visits to the Capitol Hill district where we had locally roasted coffee in the morning and locally brewed beer in the evening. We fly back tomorrow, and it feels like this mini USA adventure is ending all too ...
... issue. This bought the sweat to my upper lip. We've dealt with a few customs officers on our travels and a prerequisite of employment must surely be the inability to smile. They are all hard faced to the point of intimidation. After some further interrogation I was allowed to go and get Maya. We were sent to some waiting chairs and given the advice that it would be best for my entry if we bought some future tickets to leave the states. We ...
... a fight with regard to greatest power, Victor Frankenstein's development Adam (Aaron Eckhart) discovers himself caught between as both factors race to always be able to find the answer to his immortality. Lakeshore, a completely independent Los Angeles production firm which in turn additionally come up with Underworld films, brought Stuart Beattie aboard to be able to re-write as well as ...
... should be stone or brick. They also agreed to rise up from the muck that the original city had been laid on. So they built up walls and effectively raised the streets one storey higher. With the economic boom and gold rush that soon followed, the city expanded and the old original part, now underground, was soon forgotten about and became merely a rumour. Then a man named Bill Speidel decided ...
... once per week, culminating in this labor day weekend that included a hike to Lake Ann on Mount Baker on Saturday with a couple co-workers (9 miles, 1900 elevation gain) and a solo trip to Mount Si (8 miles, 3100 elevation gain) on Sunday. This was my first trip up Mount Si - it's the highest gain hike near to Seattle and I've always been intimidated by it but it was really not that bad. Lake Ann was so amazing, with ...