Red Lion Hotel And Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Car rentals
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I called Jason from Phoenix airport and he joked about going outside to get baked since he used to work in this city for about 5 years. The high temperature was 115 F that day in Phoenix and when we got to Seattle it was only 63 F. In the same day we traveled through 3 time zones from coast to coast and experienced the high temperature in the desert and low by the sea.
At the moment we are sitting in Seattle airport waiting to board our flight home. We would like to say a big thank you (or mahalo) to everyone that very kindly contributed towards our honeymoon. We have had an amazing trip and will see you all soon!. ...
... and are steadily getting more and more ****** and loud but are well behaved,good luck with that cycle home.We then caught the taxi back to downtown Seattle a great view of the city from the water it's been raining hard for quite some time now (well this is Seattle) had trouble finding the light rail and ended going from University street,free shuttle home when we eventually found a pay phone dead tired fell asleep with A Jack Daniels and a beer
Monday 26th ...
... night feeling pretty tired but excited. Our flight was chock a block due to a cancelled Delta flight which our flight took most of its passengers (no stretching out across 4 seats like last time!)
Flying into Seattle just before it got dark was awesome, the scenery was spectacular, from Mount Rainier in the distance to the port of Seattle, numerous islands and city land marks of the Space needle and Football field, ...
... I woke up in my tent in Duluth Minnesota and finished lettering my cardboard sign reading "WEST" with a Sharpie marker I had donated to me by a barmaid the night before. I packed my tent, sleeping bag and pad into my pack and wandered off without a trace. I asked a few locals to direct me to the elusive US2 and I was told it was about a 10 mile hike. So, I began walking. I remember lots of grasshoppers leaping with my every step and a very hot, sunny country morning that had ...