The Maxwell Hotel - A Piece Of Pineapple Hospitality
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Maxwell Hotel - A Piece Of Pineapple Hospitality Seattle
A lovely place to stay, spacious, comfy room, and very friendly atmosphere and service. Convenient to monorail - couldn't want for more!!
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Maxwell Hotel - A Piece Of Pineapple Hospitality Seattle
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Friday 31 July
Alarm went 4.30 am, and our transfer arrived 5.05 to collect us for the connection to the Newark Airport. It took over and hour to get there as he had to collect six other people at different hotels – so this gave us a bit more exposure to NY before we left … and experienced some bumpy roads!!! All well and we …
Saturday 1 August
We enjoyed a slow start to the day. Again, armed with our maps we set off at 9 am, and took the monorail to the city centre and set off to explore. We walked for hours but discovered the Pike Place Markets down on the waterfront, it was quite busy being the weekend. We walked down around the wharf's, crowded with people …
Seattle delivered with some much nicer weather. We made a blind booking for a Hotel on Priceline which is starting to become regular. Its an online site where you name a price, a rating and an area. They then pick a Hotel for you and the deal is done. We have mostly scored Hilton and Marriott hotels that are unreal! We get to live it up for cheaper than any hostel in places no less than 3.5 stars. Thats not travelling is ...
... Unfortunately before I could even get on the train, Amtrak decided to cancel their train service between Seattle and Portland due to mudslides (thank you again rain!). We eventually hopped on a bus to Portland and managed to get lost once we got into Portland but we successfully managed to get on our train and only 23 more hours until LA! See ya later rain.
Spent in Seattle: $200.
Total on Trip to Date: $575.
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