Heathman Hotel

Address: 220 Kirkland Avenue, Kirkland, Washington, 98033, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 220 Kirkland Avenue, Kirkland, is near Lake Washington, Juanita Bay Park, University Village, and Techcity Bowl & Fun Center.
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Travel Blogs from Kirkland

Kamiakin Middle School ... where it all began!

A travel blog entry by jeffleeland on Oct 14, 2014

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Destination #2 on my Sparrow Journey--revisiting my roots at Kamiakin Middle School (formerly Kamiakin Jr High).

Kamiakin is just a few miles from my office in Kirkland WA. It's been decades. But I was redirected there by a heart-prompt on my way to work this morning *. So,instead of exiting to my new office off 405, I took the next one leading to what I expected to be Kamiakin Junior High. It was a slight paradigm shift ...

My 2014-15 Washington Sparrow Clubs journey begins

A travel blog entry by jeffleeland on Oct 13, 2014

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... Sparrow Club--a school that is willing to take on the Sparrow service project

  • Project Sponsor--a business(s), organization(s) or individual(s) that fund the project
  • Sparrow--a medically-fragile child (under 17) who benefits from much love and support
  • Even though the three main components of a Sparrow Project are common, after we launch it with a school ...

    A Slice of Sheffield

    A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Aug 14, 2014

    When the Arctic Monkeys recently played a sold-out homecoming gig at the Sheffield Arena, Junior Lewis and twelve others all got their hands on spare tickets an hour or so before the show began. We had this in the back of our minds as we briskly walked towards Seattle's Paramount Theatre on the Tuesday. As it happened, our luck was in and the process was relatively straightforward. We simply approached the box office and the woman behind the counter confirmed two ...

    Shane - Seattle (Back track)

    A travel blog entry by parker_clan on Jun 17, 2014

    7 photos

    ... year, but the whole city burnt down. When they were rebuilding the city, the requirement was that every one had to rebuild with stone and the buildings had to be at least two stories. The reason for that was that the council was going to raise the city streets by one story. The owners built their building and side walk. The council built rock walls around building blocks. To get ...

    Are you a customed too?

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Apr 04, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... issue. This bought the sweat to my upper lip. We've dealt with a few customs officers on our travels and a prerequisite of employment must surely be the inability to smile. They are all hard faced to the point of intimidation. After some further interrogation I was allowed to go and get Maya. We were sent to some waiting chairs and given the advice that it would be best for my entry if we bought some future tickets to leave the states. We ...