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... UNFORTUNATELY it took 1 hour to get through Canadian customs so we missed our connecting flight!!!!
Good news is that there is another flight to Winnipeg today so we just finished a leisurely late lunch ( and a beer) to calm our frazzled nerves. Getting into Winnipeg 4 hours later than scheduled but at least we are getting there today rather than having to spend the night in Vancouver and missing the early part of tour tomorrow morning. So all is well. ...
... Needle has this name but we learnt this little tip from our Lonely Planet book. On the 76th floor of the Columbia Centre we had phenomenal views over the city including the Space Needle which sat at about half the height we were at. We were lucky the day was so clear and sunny so we could see over to West Seattle and all the mountains in the backdrop. There was a football stadium which has home to the Seattle Sounders nearby that was absolutely packed. It was a ...
... what a market it was, everything. I heard some nice music coming from across the road, I saw a queue of people and there was Starbucks, not any Starbucks, but the first and original one, it was packed and the queue was 100 people, but outside on the footpath was a hillbilly band, and they were fantastic, a girl on the fiddle, man on Banjo, and a man on String Bass, and they pumped out some great music. A really good and very ...
... and were surrounded by "flying" paraphernalia. Back in Seattle, we meandered the Market again which was bustling with people this time. Went down Post Alley where bubble gum has been plastered all over the brick walls of the alley. It's amazing and gross at the same time, and certainly very colorful! After enjoying a relaxing Italian dinner in memory of our Italian travels together, we headed back to our hotel to prepare for our Alaskan Cruise and dream about the ...
... and picked out some lunch. It was great mingling with the trendy crowd that was the Portland afternoon crowd.
As we left Portland and Oregon to go north to Seattle the rain carried on for the whole three hours and at times was very heavy traffic was also busy. The Roosevelt in Seattle is very central. After checking in we had a quick dinner at the Daily Grill. What a day for eating.
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