Staybridge Suites Seattle North-Everett
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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We got up this morning and hit the road. We had about a 300 mile trip from Pendelton to Seattle. The weather is clear here except for a haze from fires in BC Canada. We made many up and down climbs over the mountains. Snoqualmie Pass was the pinnacle of the day. We stopped and saw the falls and what a tight drive to get through the small towns to make our way to the falls and itt ...
... for a few days, and in the case of Seattle, we are staying for 5 nights. We'll do the Super 8 or the Rodeway Inn for a day or two but for five nights, we picked the Hampton Inn. Now the basic room at the Hampton Inn was nice, but for an extra $30 a night, you could upgrade to a suite. So we cashed in some Hotels.com points and upgraded. Are we glad we did! When we opened the door, the suite was really a one bedroom apartment. It had a ...
... and aged hippies floating around, inhabiting the artistic Freemont neighbourhood. One can't help wondering if this creative community in some manner feeds the startling number of beggars in Seattle - the highest number in any U.S. city per head of population. By lunch time we had retraced our steps through Pike Place market which was now bustling with people, colours and smells before we were en route to Pier 91 ...
... as it was raining the lights were on the wheel which was nice. We then continued walking and looking. We accidentally stumbled across a window that looked down towards the bubblegum alley, which pretty much explains itself. So we found an exit to the market, grabbed some bubblegum and headed to add our 'piece' to the alley. On the way we stumbled across a shirt shop with lots of funny catchphrases on them. We of course headed in to check it out. I ended up getting a ...
... it was up to the lido deck for lunch. From the restaurant we could see people getting on board and soon we saw Cindy's parents and Cindy's sister's family. We met up in Cindy's parents room as Cindy and Carrie were decorating their room with 50th anniversary trimmings. By 4pm, after the muster drill, we were finally able to set sail and head out to sea. We had barely got going when it was time for dinner. We were assigned a 5:15 seating time for the ...