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
Very big bathrooms. The dormroom was big, the dormbeds new but a little bit unstable (if youwant to climb in the top bed). The breakfast was good although the pineapple taqsted a little bit weird :-s overall nice and clean and friendly staff ... more
This is one of the best hostels that I have ever stayed in worldwide! The staff was AMAZING, the facilities were clean and cared-for, the location was outstanding, and the overall vibe was sssooo chill. If you are looking for a clean, cheap, fun hostel, this is the place for you. ... more
Seattle in November
Hi, I am planning a trip to Seattle in November to co-incide with the NFL season. I know Seattle as a reputation for amongst other things, rain, but whats the weather generally like that time of year? I really ...
Week in Seattle
Hello! I'll be in Seattle for a week, leaving on Sunday. I've been so excited lately about my trip to Europe in August, that I haven't done any research for things to do in Seattle... now I'm leaving on Sunday already! What are the must do's besides Pike Place Market and Space Needle? Any ...
Between Chicago and Seattle
Hi, Some questions: - Has anybody travelled with Amtrak on the Chicago to Seattle part? - Any recommendations on what to see and do in both chicago and seattle? - Any recommendations on adding a stop in between? North Dakota (I heard it is the least visited state in the US, so it is probably quiet ), Montana ...