The Grove, West Seattle Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Grove, West Seattle Inn
Was a good place. Very friendly staff.
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... rest for my eyelids this
afternoon, it’s off to dinner and a show and then it will be my first visit to
my favorite spot here onboard. In our room we have a large picture of the J,Q,K,Ace of Diamonds – I take it as a positive omen for a successful stint in the hallowed halls of the casino –
... we boarded the ship, we stopped at Rachel’s cabin to drop off her carry-on bag and then headed up to the buffet for lunch. As soon as you sit down, you get swarmed by waiters wanting to sell you drinks. Rachel bought the fruity drink of the day and I had a lonely frog red ale which is the Carnival home brew. It’s a good beer and I had another one later in the evening.
After lunch, we went down to our cabins to unpack and settle in. One of our bags ...
... large number of people will be heading out of town today and over the weekend.
We arrived at the port at midday to find lots of people heading to the two ships in port, ours being Jewel of the Sea and the other was Solstice. Despite the pre check in, we had our bags taken away. For loading on the ship and our documents and passports checked 6 times before we got on board.
Then, it was lunch and our first initiation the buffet. ...
... to feel so welcome. We are however about to embark on a cruise full of these people. Will the relentless over friendliness be as nice after a couple of days on a boat in the middle of the ocean with no means of escape, or will i be longing for a tube full of people desperately praying that eye contact isnt accidently made. We'll see. All in all The Yorkshire folk have it right. Friendly up to a point but will tell you to bugger off if ...
... the things we had and what would go where. We then had a long 2 hour drive, in rush hour traffic back to the hotel to collect all our bags, but not before stopping at Walmart to stock the RV.
Loading it all into the camper and running a little behind schedule due to the unforeseen traffic, we started to make our way to our first stop, where we would be spending out first two nights at Cougar Rock, Mt Rainier National Park, ...