Residence Inn Seattle East/Redmond
Travel Blogs from Redmond
Three years ago, I was incredibly worried about all the things that could go wrong on a large cross-country with a 10-year old boy as a co-pilot. Despite having had our issues, we handled them well and had a great time. The best indicator of this is that Sean keeps asking to go Flyabout with me. I just hope Alex has as much fun and the similar positive memories.
Things that have changed include my no longer worrying about who to arrange to stay with, and where to go. I am much ...
... and they challenged the presenters on several points. Maybe a little harshly than necessary. The discussion then went to 'what a game is." Very interesting.
more.....from day 1 to come....
... grab our gear off the security screening conveyor and run to US customs
... my way through arrivals and get the free shuttle to the hotel nearby.
I had been nervous about checking in as I would be meeting my first fellow trekker seeing as we would be sharing a room. Her name was Anna, another brit who greeted me with enthusiasm when I opened the door to the hotel room. I had arranged via our trek facebook group prior to arriving that perhaps whoever arrives that evening should meet for dinner and break the ice. I headed for the ...
... he is now renting! With skyline views and rooftop seating it is extremely impressive. After much needed showers, Jimmy took us out to a really fancy place that offered incredible views of the Cascades and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility