Residence Inn Seattle Bellevue/Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Woke up this morning to a wet foggy day, not a nice day at sea at all. We both went up to the gym and did 20 minutes on the machines, it was crowded. I did the walking machine and John did the exercise bike. We then came back top our room and went off to do the laundry, John came with me so that a I got everything right, we came back to the room and I had a shower, after which I headed back to put the washing in the dryer. While our cloths were ...
... with an operator and, once you get up there, you have a 360 degree view of Seattle from the balcony. You can even see the Space Needle, if you squint upwards between the skyscrapers. The second building was the Columbia Center (it pains me to spell it that way, but that's its name). I chose not to go right to the top of this building however; I just went as far as the Starbucks on the 40th floor.
As part of a separate excursion to Pike Place Market, I visited the ...
... Blaine & Riley through our first week who played the role of our surrogate children for the excursion. Our seaworthy vehicle was captained by the crazy and zany John Zwacko, who presented the tour with enthusiasm that was boarder line psychotic. Through out the streets we drove as he pointed out the highlights and the lowlights while he moved through his routine of weird hats, wigs and other props. Petula Clarkes "Downtown," bellowed out from the vehicle as we passed through ...
I haven't even left yet and I'm already exhausted! Took a big shopping trip to get all the stuff I need for the trip. I managed to spot something nifty at the store: individual Tide packets for washing clothes in a sink. The original plan was to pack 14 days of clothes but I just couldn't fit all of that into my suitcase, so ...
... should be stone or brick. They also agreed to rise up from the muck that the original city had been laid on. So they built up walls and effectively raised the streets one storey higher. With the economic boom and gold rush that soon followed, the city expanded and the old original part, now underground, was soon forgotten about and became merely a rumour. Then a man named Bill Speidel decided ...