Redmond Marriott Town Center

Address: 7401 164th Avenue N.E., Redmond, Washington, 98052, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 7401 164th Avenue N.E., Redmond, is near Marymoor Park, Microsoft, Techcity Bowl & Fun Center, and Bellevue Municipal Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Redmond

    Hit the shops

    A travel blog entry by wholc3 on Oct 28, 2014

    ... where I was from etc. Having a chat, Kim comes back, has a bit of a chat. He finally decides to get back to work and we head off try and find a few last things. He was totally gay and trying to crack onto me, ha na probably just nice, doing his job. Shopping finished, we headed to the info desk to ask where a cab rank was. He said he would order one for us and to wait at this entrance, it would be about 15 minutes. ...

    A day in Seattle - Day 7

    A travel blog entry by neallindee2014 on Aug 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... There was one thing we began to notice while we were walking was the frequency of the passenger jets flying over head , it was 1 every 3 or 4 minutes and very low and noisy. We had dinner at this really cool restaurant called the Kingfish Cafe located close to where we we're staying. It was based on Southern American creole cuisine , Lindee had buttermilk fried chicken and I had the Kingfish beef burger with sweet jalapeño sauce and a side of coleslaw , it was ...

    Epilogue and Observations

    A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 10, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... Connecticut.

    We got to see some amazing sights, from mountain wildfires, the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, to the Great Lakes, Atlantic Ocean, Mount Rushmore, Gateway Arch and Statue of Liberty. We saw endless seas of clouds from above and below, and moving waves of Midwestern grain. We saw great sunrises and sunsets, thunderstorms, and fireflies.

    There are some moments that just stick in my mind to show the unbridled joy that only a 10-year old can ...

    Day 15: The Last Day

    A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 10, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... would then yell, in a slightly-cracked, high-pitched voice that only a 10-year can do, "CLEAR PROP". With that, I started the engine and we taxied out to take off. As I started my takeoff roll, I momentarily lost my concentration as I suddenly realized that it was being watched by Burt Rutan, the plane's designer and an engineer who I admired, so I had better make it a good one. Talk about pressure!

    As we climbed out, I kept an eye ...

    The trip is fast approaching

    A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Jul 21, 2014

    ... time on this trip to relax and read, so perhaps I will actually be able to get through some of the travel books I targeted on the trip with Sean. I spent a lot of time writing my blog and editing photos, and they have brought immeasurable joy, but I just don't want to stay up an extra hour each evening pulling it together.

    Unlike the my Flyabout with Sean, I won't be taking a shakedown ...