Skyway Inn Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Skyway Inn Hotel SeaTac
Travel Blogs from SeaTac
... s Pikes Market. Seattle is much like San Francisco, it has many hilly streets and a ton of pedestrian traffic. The market had a ton of fish, veggies and just about anything else you can think of. I had some garlic smoked salmon that was KILLER! (I've got to work on figuring that one out!)
We ate at Athena's Restaurant where Barb had fish and chips, but with Salmon!!!! It was deep fried and crispy. I had the french ...
... there is even an airport shuttle to a vehicle hire place. Things were looking good.
Our first task after booking in to a motel was to make arrangements to have the van serviced, the tyres changed and aligned and tracked-again all my research in London helped as I already had the contact details. The motel too were very helpful with information, allowing me to print things etc
Now it was a case of waiting for Champ to be released by the ...
... going to the Studio Ghibli Museum (finally! -- THANKS, AIKO!!!), checking out the gardens of Kanazawa, and eating delicious beef in Kobe. We are looking forward to sharing some of our adventures with all of our friends!
-N. & A.
... on wondering if I'm mad. I also get asked a lot (by people at home) if I miss anything? Honestly, I only really miss my mum, my dog, having baths and the food! But of course I still love speaking to everyone at home and catching up on all the gossip. I can feel myself learning and growing so so much every single day, and I feel I am eligible to say this so I will - I am super proud of myself for actually doing this. So, back to Seattle... When i arrived I ...
... this was certainly true. A couple of the fish shops seemed to have really mastered the showmanship of market sales and had gathered large crowds. They sang when they sold each fish, and threw them (some huge 3kg fish) about 5m from one to another once somebody had chosen them. It was all very impressive! We bought ourselves some lunch - Chris' from a little bakery and Sophie's from a local fish place, and went to sit in the sun and enjoy.
Next stop was ...