Ramada Limited Tukwila/SeaTac Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... of the Universe. The Troll was kind of cool. The other stuff wasn't all that impressive and I actually passed most of it the first time around without taking notice of it and then when I was actually looking for them, I had a hard time finding them. It was one of those, 'OH, I think I passed that at some point..." kind of things.
After all my touristy stuff, I walked to Gas Works Park, which is where the SeaFair 4th of July stuff was happening. The ...
... street names have Japanese and Chinese translations to them. The area also became immediately more dingy and dirty. Some parts are even wreaked with the scent of urine. I think it's more dangerous to be around this place when it gets dark. Good thing there's still light and lots of people around. We settled at the Noodle Congee Rice store along South King St., opposite the Hing Hay Park for dinner. There were quite a lot of people patronising the store and most ...
Day 4 Stepping out of King Street station we thought we'd sussed the directions to the hostel only to eventually realise, thanks to a friendly American dog walker, that the station had been plonked smack in the middle of King Street splitting it in half. (South and North) We headed North into Seattle's China and International district, a less than salubrious place with a distinct look of down and out and aroma of Marijuana. The hostel itself was more than adequate and as ...
... few minutes. Concern about altitude sickness is not a reason to not go to Machu Picchu.
-Loved the colorful costumes of the Peruvians and all their handicrafts.
-We ate alpaca and "cuy" (guinea pig). Neither was bad and neither tasted like chicken!
- Ecuador and the Galápagos were a disappointment. Quito (the capital) is not as clean or pretty as Lima, although it is surrounded by mountains, making for a pretty setting ...
... time to leave the office! Yay! One of my colleagues he used to study in Washington state, so he knew where to go for dinner! We took his advice and went to "The Pike Brewing Company" for beer and food. And yes! It was good! Food was tasty but for the beer I don't know cause I wasn't allowed to have alcohol in the first month of post-surgery, so I just had a cider, free-alcohol kind! It's so not me I know but I have to obey so I ...