Seattle, Washington, has a left-coast vibe with a high tech spin. The birthplace of Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain has an appealing laid-back vibe and is accepting of alternative lifestyles, but hosting companies like Microsoft and Boeing means you're as likely to run into a systems engineer as a grunge rocker.
From the Seattle Travel Guide
This is my first time to visit USA. AAE Hostels Seattle Loyal Inn is a very nice hotel. Thanks. ... more
Convenient for travel from Seatac airport with a car and easy to find but more than a little tired compaired to the other Days Inns we stayed in whilst in the US. Receptionist didn't know how to take off the deposit which we paid in sterling from our dollar account although it was written on the paperwork. ... more
Cheapest place we could find in town. Friendly helpful staff. Quiet, not much door-banging. Very close to busy road, and no double-glazing, but I wore earplugs so okay. Forgot to get breakfast so can't comment on that, apart from the orange juice, bagels and cream cheese, which were all yummy. ... more
Driving San Fran to Seattle
Hiya I'm going to be travelling next year from San Fran to Seattle by car and was wondering if someone could tell me approximately how much its going to cost me for petrol!? Mel ...
Cycling Seattle to San Francisco
Hi Folks, I will be cycling from Seattle to San Fransico in April (starting 1st of the month). Please, if anyone has the time and inclination, could you tell me a little about what to expect ...
Seattle to Los Angles
I will be travelling from Seattle to Los Angles via Amtrak in September 08. I intend to take time in some other towns along the way eg: Portland OR. I welcome suggestions on where to stop over and what to do along this route, particularly in Oregon. ...
Yesterday morning we took the Amtrak train from Vancouver to Seattle. It was a nice trip, made even better by Mac'n'Cheese. After checking in we explored the downtown of Seattle, the Space needle ...
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