Inn at the WAC
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Travel Blogs from Seattle
Here we are, at the equinox, poised on the edge of the in-between. Balanced with equal measures of light and dark, caught between the heat and the cold. Short-sleeves and thick socks. I catch a whiff of spicy decay from the fallen leaves outside my building and instinctively my body leans into the long slope I can feel in the air - the invitation to slide slowly ...
... our rucksacks for more than 10 minutes and it wasn't fun. Got the train into downtown Seattle which was an absolute bargain at $2.75 each - that journey would have cost about a tenner in London. Then a 25 minute walk to the hostel which felt like forever ( think we need to offload some weight in our rucksacks). Spent the afternoon exploring Seattle in the blazing ...
... put me up for a few nights. My host here is awesome... She is a painter and has some really nice canvases in her apartment. This morning I had breakfast with an old friend, Mal, and it was great to see him. Seattle seems awesome so far and I am about to leave this coffee shop to explore. I don't know where I will go next but for the next couple days I am here. Maybe it was a little crazy, but now I can say I have hitchhiked from Minnesota to the West Coast. Peace and Love Ben ...
After a leisurely getting around in the morning (I got a coffee from Ladro's, the coffee spot connected to the hotel), I went to the down the hill a little bit for a Starbucks for a caramel latte for Carol . . . and the young lady working the front . . . remembered me and exactly what I ordered the day before!! I also picked up a Sunday paper . . . .
About 10:00 a.m. we decided to head to Pike Place Public Market . . . the big gathering place in Seattle . . . shops ...
Just checked into the British Lounge, got us both a Glenlivit, and sitting waiting for the excitement to begin. It's unusually warm in Seattle today, so it's hard to leave it behind during the best month of the year. Jeremy instigated our first argument of the trip by "forgetting" his ID and credit cards at home before "finding" them in his ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center