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... there! We were travelling on the Greyhound coach, but there are also Bolt busses which are effectively the same, and can be somewhat cheaper - we would be more likely to get cheaper fares there. We will look out for these, too! One of the travellers kindly offered a place to stay in Portland if we didn't have anywhere to go; we politely declined as we have in fact booked a hotel, but this may be (crazily) something to consider at other points in our journey. Couchsurfing.com ...
... in Charleston, SC may years ago. Nita and her husband, Harold, moved back to Seattle about 18 years ago, and I unfortunately had lost contact with her when I moved out of the US. They hosted a fab bbq at their house in Port Orc******* my birthday - just as they had done 20 years ago when I was (ahem) a youngster! It was just like old times, with the added treat of the beautiful ferry ride from Seattle.
- Finally, we also had a visit on Monday night from ...
... a lot and not knowing the "good" people there makes it less intimidating. If I don't know who the cliques are they don't exist, right? My roomie bought me a couple drinks because I paid for the cab. I had my first mojito ever and a shot of fireball with kahlua, which was the bartender's attempt at making a cinnamon toast crunch shot like I used to get in Nashville. At the bar, we chatted with a local couple. I made another friend at the dance when my roomie ...
... Hill. I met some interesting people from the hostel including a War vet traveling to try and get his head right after coming back. After introducing all the foreigners to fireball whisky (curiously also the Canadians) and waiting in line far too long for the bartender I headed back to the hostel with a few Germans and a Dutch girl and we made noodles and talked about our future travel plans. It was really fun and by this point I needed to sleep badly and at 2am I departed for my ...
... it rained. One play I recalled saving my halfback’s life. I handed the ball off to Tom and he rushed through the line and was gang tackled leaving him face down in the muck. All I could hear was, “help me, I can’t breathe, help me”. As he got up his whole face piece was covered in mud and muck. I quickly scooped the turf and dirt out of the way of his mouth and nose so he could breathe again. After a couple mile walk, ...
Other places to stay in Seattle
Downtown, Seattle | 3 star motelfrom $213
- Pretty good
- Over rated
- Very Pleasant Hotel
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $79
Seattle Center, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $136
- Sleep-Deprived in Seattle
- I don't know what everyone's problem is.
- Stay away.
Downtown, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $72
- The lobby smelled... BAD
- Perfect for all Seattle
- Buyer beware
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $63
Downtown, Seattle | Motelfrom $76
Downtown, Seattle | 2 star motelfrom $85
- Great Stay at the King's Inn
- Poor parking, and poor maids too!
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 1 star motelfrom $60
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | Motelfrom $62
SeaTac Airport, Seattle | 1 star motelfrom $61
Fairmount Park, Seattle | Motelfrom $130
Seattle North, Seattle | Motelfrom $74
Seattle South, Seattle | Motelfrom $88