Motel 6 Seattle East - Issaquah

Address: 1885 15th Place NW, Issaquah, Washington, 98027, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1885 15th Place NW, Issaquah, is near Cougar Mountain Zoo, Lake Sammamish State Park, Tiger Mountain, and Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park.
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      Issaquah, Seattle, and Family

      A travel blog entry by marybettes on Aug 11, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... wild blackberries. The next day, my niece Josie and I went picking at another blueberry farm. Good grief. Now our diet consists primarily of berry smoothies, berry cobblers, berry muffins, berry salsa, berries and yogurt, berries and cereal, gin and berries, vodka and berries, frozen berries, and berries by the handful. We probably need a good whitening toothpaste.
      Mount Rainier provided some ...

      Illness in Seattle

      A travel blog entry by kate99 on Jul 22, 2014

      10 photos

      ... had a room with ensuite bathroom.

      Someone in Vancouver (ah, Vancouver) had told me about a couple of other towers to check out in Seattle so I dutifully visited both on my last day there. The first, the Smith Tower, is a baby skyscraper. In fact, it's barely a skyscraper, it's just a moderately tallish building. Sure it was tall when it was built but at only 38 floors it has been overtaken somewhat. The cool thing about it is you ride up to that 38th floor in a ...

      Ketchikan

      A travel blog entry by dpowers1022 on May 08, 2014

      ... I brought my rain coat. However the weather did not put a damper on anything. Rich and I saw a Lumberjack show. Rich was given a nice size piece of the log that they chopped in half. He wanted to take it home, but it was pretty heavy. So they were nice enough to saw some more off of it and now we are coming home with a 20 lb hunk of wood instead of a 50 lb hunk of wood. We were one of the last people to get onboard before leaving. Had some lunch and then ...

      The Several Faces of Solar energy.

      A travel blog entry by actuallyle233 on Jan 09, 14

      ... than active ones, and entail utilizing the organic warmth and light the sun makes, without transforming it in otherwise. Have you ever before saw that after a long, hot day, south-facing rocks, sidewalk or brick and adobe buildings will transmit heat? They have spent the day passively accumulating solar power, and are launching it. Some materials are better at taking in and storing that heat compared to others. For instance, timber insulates, suggesting it ...

      Sleepless in Seattle

      A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi on Sep 01, 2013

      8 photos

      ... We were fine. Not sure what went on with our passports but hopefully we don't get caught up next time we're at the airport!

      None of us thought much of Seattle, it didn't really have a heart, there was no nice feeling or buzz about the city even though it was supposedly the busiest weekend of the year. Claire liked Seattle and has gone back to NZ with a very heavy suitcase.

      Heard amazing things about Portland, so that will be our next trip out that way.

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