Redmond Marriott Town Center
Travel Blogs from Redmond
... of the Space Needle. Constructed for the 1962 World Fair, the Space Needle was then the tallest building of Seattle's skyline. Our friends' mum told us that when it was first built, her family drove underneath it and were stunned by how tall it was. Nowadays, it's pretty small compared to many of the newer buildings, but it's still clearly special. The disk part of it hosts a popular restaurant and viewing platforms, and it slowly rotates for stunning 360 degree ...
... everyone I have met so far "hates" the word gamification - the trend is now serious play.
... if they show up.
... so good . . . some guy with a trained pigeon . . . that he had painted his tail red . . . entertaining the kids . . . he told this one little girl about 2 or 3 to hold out her hand . . . and she could hold the pigeon . . . when he sat it on her hand, it immediately went into a dead pose by dropping down . . . she thought she did something to it!! Good picture for the parents!!
Then there was a trio of faux Andrews Sisters dressed in sailor outfits . . . singing ...
... travel but we have always found it a good alternative with light traffic and beautiful scenery, what's not to like?
Nearing home we know there is nothing in the refrigerator so we begin to think about dinner. Siri offers a few suggestions but nothing tantalizes our taste buds so I check out TripAdvisor only to find a highly rated BBQ place near North ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center