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    • broadcalling's Profile Photo

      drive from seattle to sfo

      Seattle May 4, 2015 at 8:05 AM

      so this is my first time in the US.

      I have heard that the drive from seattle to Sfo is spectacular - the thing is i have never driven a left hand drive vehicle and dont know the rules of the road there

      is it doable / advisable?

      what other ways can i get to Sfo from Seattle - dont want to fly since I wont see the country side then.


    • 2-3 Day Itinerary

      Seattle May 10, 2015 at 11:05 PM

      I was hoping to plan a trip to Seattle sometime in early June from Saturday to Sunday (or Monday) and was hoping to determine the best itinerary to be able to visit each of the places below:

      Space Needle
      Woodland Zoo
      Seattle Aquarium
      Argosy Cruise
      Pike Place Market
      Safeco Field (Sunday game 1pm)

      What would be the ideal schedule to maximize my time?


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      Traditional USA diner experience: Seattle

      Seattle May 8, 2015 at 12:38 PM

      I am making a brief (24 hour) visit to Seattle and would like to enjoy a traditional diner experience, both for dinner on a Saturday evening and breakfast on Sunday. I am staying at the Roosevelt Hotel but am happy to walk or use public transport. I won't have a car on this trip. I really enjoy eating at such establishments and would appreciate any tips or suggestions.

      Paul in Australia

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      Alternate hikes near Ashford since Rainier is closed.

      by Rainier14 Online Now Oct 11, 2013 at 9:10 PM

      I just now joined and haven't had a chance to look around the site yet but my question before I was directed to join was this: I had planned to do some hiking this weekend at Rainier, however, since the park is closed, I was wondering if anyone had any ideas where I might be able to do some light to moderate hiking near Ashford since that is where I am staying. I have heard about some trails around the area for Mt Tahoma. Keep in mind I will be hiking solo and have very little knowledge of the surrounding area (excluding Mt Rainier which I hike as many days of the month as possible). I have done a preliminary search online and found the MTTA but was hoping to get some more personalized information (such as- the hardest trail to get lost on or -the best trail for someone with bilateral knee injuries). Can anyone give me directions and advise/tips for Mt Tahoma or anything near Ashford that will provide me with a mild to moderate workout for about 4hrs? I would very much appreciate it-and explain it to me like I'm 7 y/o, I'd rather have too much information than not enough. Thanks!

      4 Answers Oct 21, 2013 at 12:40 PM