The Maxwell Hotel - A Piece Of Pineapple Hospitality
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Spent morning at outlet mall and the boys made a few purchases. Staying at The Maxwell Hotel, nice modern hotel right across from Seattle center. Had dinner at McMenamins pub across from the hotel...it was VERY busy due to the concert. Concert was great, our seats were behind the stage which doesn't sound good, but they were not bad had a good view …
... amp; Connie came to pick us up and took us to a fun place for brunch. We were still sort of full from breakfast so didn't eat a whole lot. It was fun telling them all about our trip & showing pictures.
They dropped us off at the airport, which was already very crowded. By the time we got to our gate with food for the plane, it was time ...
... with stained glass? You could find numerous stuff you can easily caused by fit stained glass into your home.
First, you may want to consider about putting stained glass in your windows. after all, the actual sunlight shining via a window is the purpose that will stained glass looks thus beautiful. If a person don't have room for any stained glass window in your budget, look for the sun catcher or perhaps a faux window which is made to ...
... t bring our costumes, and my hair was too short for Princess Leia, still managed to ace a Miley though (see picture). Speaking of the word gutted, Canadians have no idea what that means. "I'm really gutted" my friend Erin thought I meant I was off my face wasted needed an ambulance.
I'm not sure what happened to the day but we were really hot and did a lot of walking. We headed down to Pike Place Market which is known as the highlight of Seattle and where the ...
... Skylights to the lower level still exist as purple looking tiles set in the city sidewalks. Very cool! The tour took us down to the original main floor and our tour guide had tales of intrigue surrounding the rebuild.
One day wasn't enough to explore Seattle but we have many adventures yet to come and have to hit the road. I'm sure I'll be back anyway. After all, great markets (and their cities) are worth a second visit.