Red Roof Inn Seattle Airport - SEATAC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... for Tea as it was Mikes Birthday, so B.B.Q. Salad etc and beautiful too, it was lovely to be part of the Dunn family birthday party. After Amy and her family left, I played the electric piano so Mike, Caroline and Pamela could have a sing song, it was a great evening. We all turned in to our beds about 2130, again after a very full day, Thanks, Caroline and Mike. Weather; No wind, partly cloudy A.M., no wind, very pleasant arvo. Temp 20o ...
... will feature available armor plating, three rows of seats, and a partition window separating the chauffer from passengers. In fact, the four rear passenger seats will face each other. Other specific details still aren't known just yet, but there's no ...
... to eat trash from the ground. Evan and I got a good laugh out of this idea. Quite ingenious!
Pike Place Market finally! It is huge! It has 6 levels I think. Lots of shops that you would find at flea markets. The best park is on the Pike Street level. It has a huge flower market with the most beautiful arrangements (and cheap!). I have decided if I was getting married here I'd just go here for my flowers.
The original Starbucks is ...
... They also took the opportunity to raise the city above sea level so the sewage they were sending out there stopped coming back to visit them at high tide. They did it backwards though because they rebuilt the city, and then they raised it. "How?" You may ask. Or you may not, it's up to you, but I'm going to tell you anyway. They built the new buildings with the proper grand entrances on the first floor, and had temporary boring entrances on the ground floor. Then walls were ...
... with the weather as it started closing in while we were up at the summit and then it became completely obscured, so we drove back down and had a foggy picnic at 7,000 feet. We did see the exotic silverswords - cactus like plants that only grow on the volcano. They were just exquisite.
Not surprisingly it was raining in Seattle. Listening to the weather forecast in the ...