Super 8 Seattle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were able to get all our luggage checked for free. The Delta associate smile at our family and said thanks for our service and we saved the money on our baggage. As usual our next hurdle would be TSA. TSA why does those three letters together make people either shake their head in annoyance or make them really angry? Well We had a plan. Rod being active duty was TSA pre check for free and he could take the boys with him. YEAH!!!!!! So ...
... and we all played pretty well which was a change for me. After golf we headed to Tides Tavern on the harbor for some fish and beer and called it a great day.
Gig Harbor is about an hour and a half from Seattle with traffic so we needed to get a little closer to the city. We decided to go east of Bellevue in a town called Issaquah. The RV park was nothing ...
... one of the better views of a city I have seen.
After a quiet night we crashed out to sleep off the jet lag and ready ourselves for a big day on Sunday,watching the Super Bowl.
Walking around the streets it was absolutely Super Bowl fever, with Seattles team playing in only its second Super Bowl ever people were pumped. Everyone and i mean everyone had some type of Seahawks get up on, almost every shop ...
Anyone who's been to the airport before will know that it's just alternating periods of excitement and waiting. So after finally finding the emirates counter, I was dismayed to realize that I got here way too early and the counter doesn't even open for another hour and a half. :/ This morning, we got up reasonably early to have pancakes before triple-checking every possible thing in both of my bags. With more waiting before my parents came to drive me to the airport, we looked ...
... back to the motorhome. As we wove our way through the throngs of people, it was a shopping paradise…no, not clothing, but fresh, beautifully displayed vegetables, fruits, more flowers, fish galore, sausages, meat, baked goods and on and on. I turned and looked at Harlan and I knew this was one of those times that he almost wished Judy was with me, although I knew he enjoyed looking at the food. Plus, he takes pleasure in ...