Comfort Inn Kirkland
Photos of Comfort Inn Kirkland
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Kirkland
Travel Blogs from Kirkland
... Jason sat down with his lunch next to us. When he overheard us talking about Sparrow Clubs he said, "I know about Sparrow Clubs. My son Grizzly was just approved to be a Sparrow!" Double Smile :))
* (sidenote) Coming back to work with Sparrow Clubs after four years away, and many lessons learned, I'm seeking to keep a looser grip on results and keener eye and ear on Guidance for simply doing the next indicated right thing.
... hotel just down the road and booked it for the weekend. After this, we
looked at our next stop, Portland. This was even more distressing: every hostel
in town (granted there were only about four) were completely booked for the
entire time we wanted to stay there. What was this, summer time? Oh wait… One
place, The Bike Friendly Hostel, said it had a private room available, but for
some reason kept denying our credit cards. All I could do was send a ...
... with magnificent majestic trees, could imagine how wonderful it would look in the Autumn. An extensive stop was at the Pine Street Market......this market has operated for many, many years. It is several levels, selling anything fresh to wonderful art glass work, wood carvings etc, to many stall with trinkets and clothing. This stop also included lunch. We found a French Bakery, for afters we shared ...
Ever watched "Boarder Security," and seen the poor bloke travelling to met his girlfriend's family only to be turned away by customs at the airport? I really feel for that guy now. For those planning on travelling to the U.S., an "ESTA," is required..... this I had. This is a version of a passport visa which details in the small print that a plane ticket to leave the states is required before entry is granted....this I did not have. Maya and I had discussed ...
... a piece and get slightly more expensive as the hours pass. We managed to indulge in 9 dozen oysters between 3 of us! WOW, what a birthday dinner!http://www.elliottsoysterhouse.c om/menus/happy-hour/
Omakase!! - is a Japanese phrase which means "I'll leave it to you". An exciting 11 course meal chosen by the chef. Delicious food that was both a little scary and delightful to the taste buds. If you love sushi and ...