Hi...I am going to Seoul from 22 - 26/3/15. I am on company trip and need to follow schedule. I only have night time available to explore Seoul. Where will you recommend me to go? I will be staying at Mapo-district. time available to go:
24/5 after 7.30pm and I will be at Myeongdong at 8pm.
Last year I spent the latter half of July in Bellingham. I'm thinking it is still a practical place to stay, but wondering how one gets from there to Anacortes. I was thinking of riding an Anacortes ferry.
Could you advise the best way to travel to Garderen from Amsterdam Central Station.
can iget to woodinville from vancouver by train
I plan to visit Seattle by bus (bolt bus, arrived at 5th Ave South @ S.King St) but I'll have only half day for this trip. I'll arrive about noon and my key attractions are focusing on Pike Place Market (to visit 1st shop of Starbuck) and Space Needle. So, my questons;
1. How can I get a monorail from my bus stop (king street)?
2. Where should be the 1st place to visit?
3. Any other recommended places to fit with my plan?
Thank you very much.
We intend to visit Washington from Scotland in July. Our initial itinerary is:
Arrive Calgary drive to Waterton NP
From there to Glacier for a couple of nights
Drive Glacier to Winthrop to see the North Cascades
From there to Leavenworth to do a bit of walking etc
Drive to Mount Rainier NP
After this the itinerary is a bit unplanned! We would love to see the Columbia River Gorge, Hurricane Ridge in Olympia NP and of course Seattle itself.
Can anyone help with any ideas, advice etc on our plans?
Going to Tacoma Dome from Hotel Murano and back. How late does light rail run Friday nights?
Hi all. I'm very interested in exploring the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. Can anyone please recommend favorite spots for low key nature enjoyment and neat little towns to stop in for a bite to eat and perhaps a glass of wine?
Trying to decide on which city to visit on my next trip, before I hit Vancouver. Any ideas? I love shopping and watching good live music n generally looking around...
I will have a group of 13 people arriving from Vancouver to Seattle via the Amtrak Cascades train in June. Arrival at the train station is scheduled for 10:10PM Saturday night. We have an early flight from Seatac at 7AM the next morning. I really don't want to spend money for hotel rooms for just 3 or 4 hours of sleep. So, I am looking for transportation suggestions from train station to Seatac and any other ideas about what to do until time to check in for flights.
Now, I am planning to travel in Wa state and Id in 2014 (yes I am not late...) We will land in Seattle and I foresee to stay 3 days in this city and I am searching a hotel with the following criteria : - In downtown, not far from Pike Place - Between 100 to 200$ per night - With an internet connection - With a parking included or not within the price. - Breakfast in the hotel is not an issue if there are restaurants open early in the morning at a working distance.
Thanks a lot for your advices.
Hi, My husband and I are celebrating our 1 year anniversary at the end of September and are looking at visiting the San Juan Islands for the weekend. Any Advice as too places to eat, nightlife, shop, whale watch, fish?? We are looking at cabins either on Orca Island or Lummi Island, we are undecided yet due to knowledge of the area and prices. We are flying into Seattle and will be renting a car. Since we are going to be on our anniversary we would like to stay in a place that is secluded and has ocean views. We found a couple places but we are open to more suggestions. Thank you in advance for any help! Whitney from Texas
Hi I am heading to Seattle in a couple of days time. We are renting a car - sorted out accomodation and attractions to visit. Need a couple of good recommendations for good food - 2 days 2 nights. Loves seafood, especially oysters and crabs. Also keen to explore places locals go. Really hope to get some very good suggestions on places and general advise what/where/when (lunch / dinner). Thanks!
Hi guys, We plan to take the train from Seattle (S. Jackson Street) to Anaheim, but will need to spend one night in a hotel. Can anyone suggest a nice hotel near the train station? (does not have to be Five Star, but would like a decent, clean and convenient hotel) Thanks everyone, Mickey
Hi what buses should I take from the greyhound station (9th & Stewart) to chinatown? I was told that that it is within the free ride area? How long is the bus ride? what buses should I take from chinatown to the pike market? thank you.
I recently returned from a visit to Washington, fantastic time! We observed the tide pools at Rialto Beach at low tide. Many starfish, sea urchins, mussels were seen on the rocks. A friend would like to do a similar trip in April. I know the temps will be much lower, can the sea life still be observed on the rocks? Thanks!
We are hoping to fly into Seattle mid october for 7 days. We would really like to go and see Mount Rainier and North Cascades National Parks. What is the weather like for visiting these parks at this time of year and is it possible to see them both in such a short time? Are there likely to be closed roads/trails? Any help appreciated.
Does anyone have experience with some of the "off-brand" car rental companies? Payless, Fox, E-Z? I'm headed to Seattle in Sept. and would like to know if these companies are as good as the majors in that market. Their rates seem to be much better. Any help appreciated.
I'm staying a couple of weeks in Bellingham. I've driven I-5 a lot, so I know it is really necessary to dodge rush hours. What I'm wondering is if there's any way to ride mass transit to Seattle, spend the day, and return later that night by mass transit. Haven't found a way yet. The Sound system seems not to recognize Bellingham. Greyhound schedules don't seem to be useful. Anybody know a way? I know I can get a car late in the morning, drive down, park somewhere, and come back late at night. I've done that. Just wondering if its my only choice.
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What do you recommend as the best route from the Forks area back to the Sea-Tac airport. Mapquest takes me north on 101. It seems about the same distance south to Olympia, etc. Are there concerns using the Olympia route - bridges, city driving, etc? I have never been to Seattle and would appreciate advice from someone who knows this area. Thanks!
I am visting Seattle on a daytrip by bus from Vancover .I want to buy an IPAD3 as it seems cheaper in Seattle compared to Vancover .Can some kind person tell me if there is an Apple sop I can go to downtown?
Hi, i was wondering what i should pack for a month long trip to Seattle and Canada in July. (ex. clothing, etc.) Thanks (:
So everyone writes about SoCal and Texas and Florida and New York but does anyone know of some fun things to do in the Seattle, WA area? I'm goin to be there for a week for a friends wedding and want to do some day trips and site seeing any thoughts?
Will b in Seattle-but only for half a day--is there somewhere near the monorail that we can leave our luggage--thank you.
We are coming to Seattle to begin a cruise. Will it be better to use a taxi or call #55 at the airport for a car. We will be coming off the plane around 9 pm. Does anyone have any advice?
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We are spending one week in the area and are planing, Mount Baker, Deception, the drives mention the the prior question. We are having a hard time finding whales watching tours so early in April but in the islands ( San Juan and Orca), and don't know if we can make in a day. Any sugestions will be greatly apreciated. We did a great tour years ago in Tofino and love it. Thank You!
Greetings, I am driving to Bellingham on Tuesday from Seattle with my nephew for a tour of the WWU campus. I have been to Bham a few times but don't know anything aside from the general area around the college. I would like to take him for a quick drive around the city so he can get an idea what it's like there aside from the campus. Can someone recommend a good driving route to see the general area? We will be leaving the campus from Parking area C if that is helpful! Thank you so much! Freddie
We have rented a car for pickup in Seattle to drive to San Fransisco from Fox---have not heard of them but they are about250 cheaper than the other guys----Anybody used these guys before? They have a shuttle pickup at the airport for their office off-site......