Red Roof Inn Seattle Airport - SEATAC
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Itinerary: "7/23/2014 Wednesday Vancouver-Seattle Before you leave Vancouver, enjoy a panoramic city tour of this fabulous city. Upon arrival in Seattle enjoy a city tour with a stop at Pike Place market, the famous heart of the waterfront. Close by is the very first Starbucks store which is certainly a draw for the caffeine fans amongst the group …
Itinerary: "7/11/2014 Friday Seattle Arrival Arrival: Arrive in Seattle. Travelers booking air through YMT will be greeted by a YMT representative and transferred to the hotel. Guests who have book their air individually will have to make their own way to the hotel. Enjoy the afternoon and evening at your leisure, perhaps take the Light Rail into …
Our last bus ride today as we headed to the Seattle centre which is the home of the Space Needle and the Experience Music Project museum. We headed up the Space needle and although the temperature was below freezing the views were outstanding. With 360 degree views we could see all the way to the mountains and out to the ocean. The needle was built for the 1962 world fair and has been a landmark ever since. Plenty of photo opportunities and after ...
These images are from the WW2 exhibition - I have only included aircraft and their associated info sheets, but there are also lots of other info sheets describing the development of aircraft and engines over this time and the history of the WW2 ...
Free time first thing so off for a walk around the hotel environs until 11.00am pickup. What an amazing place. From first visual impressions a huge 'campus' lush, green, clean, fresh and new. Welcomed inside the executive briefing centre and taken upstairs to conference room for lunch where catering was superb - presentation is everything. After brief intros and general discussion and ...