Paragon Hotel Bellevue Center

Address: 818 112th Ave NE, Bellevue, Washington, 98004, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 818 112th Ave NE, Bellevue, is near Bellevue Botanical Gardens, Downtown Park, Bellevue Square, and Bellevue Art Museum (BAM).
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Travel Blogs from Bellevue

Cruise ship Day Two at sea

A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 22, 2014

... Juneau and Skagway, plus information on how the Bering Strait was named etc. Later in the day I went to a seminar on Walking with out pain, it was a good seminar and as a result I purchased some inserts for my shoes. I wore them immediately and within a few hours my pain was reduced considerably. I transferred them into my new shoes and felt great all night.....well worth the $189 US. We went to the Crows Nest this afternoon and had a ...

Seattle

A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jul 09, 2014

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... the interstate, and hoped that there was a decent alternative. Luckily there was. Arrived in time at the depot and unloaded the RV, together with all the other returnees. The RV place is run by Dutch people, and our particular staff member was a young Dutch guy out for a few years of work. The World Cup has now progressed to the semi finals, and The Netherlands are playing ...

What happened to Leopoldville?

A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 03, 2014

... followed suit by maintaining the status quo until 1960 when the bet on Congo's sought-after independence. The plan was to let Congo's government play an act while Belgium continued to reap huge profits from the country's natural resources and forced labor. Over the next few years, names like Lumumba and Mobutu emerged onto the world scene, and the Congo became a hotbed or at least an outlet for geopolitical turmoil. Joseph Mobutu, backed by the US, stepped into power in ...

Markets are one of my favourite things

A travel blog entry by ascotiagirl on Jul 14, 2013

... Skylights to the lower level still exist as purple looking tiles set in the city sidewalks. Very cool! The tour took us down to the original main floor and our tour guide had tales of intrigue surrounding the rebuild.

One day wasn't enough to explore Seattle but we have many adventures yet to come and have to hit the road. I'm sure I'll be back anyway. After all, great markets (and their cities) are worth a second visit.
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Slept Quite Well Actually!

A travel blog entry by hayleyandsimon on Jul 05, 2013

... we got on our train and settled down we were quickly informed that we would be making an unorganised stop so that our train could get a new engine, which would then make us even later! We eventually made it to San Fran at midnight, nightmare is not the word. Once we had got to our accommodation it was nearly 2am and nobody answered the door. To say we were worried is understatement, stuck in the middle of nowhere with no phone and nowhere to stay! We walked the streets trying to find ...