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Old Feb 4th 2007, 6:19 am
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Hi
You helped me in the past with great advice when I visited Seattle with my baby and hubby. (I am in Vancouver, BC)
This time, I am visiting with 3 girlfriends, so any advice on hotels, done searches, seem pretty expensive in March. Want to be central.
Also need advice on where the best bars etc are as we will be there for st paddys.
Thanks!!!
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Old Feb 4th 2007, 5:35 pm
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Originally Posted by London7 View Post
Hi
You helped me in the past with great advice when I visited Seattle with my baby and hubby. (I am in Vancouver, BC)
This time, I am visiting with 3 girlfriends, so any advice on hotels, done searches, seem pretty expensive in March. Want to be central.
Also need advice on where the best bars etc are as we will be there for st paddys.
Thanks!!!
Try the travel related forum on BE. It's propogated from usenet.


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Old Feb 5th 2007, 6:25 am
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Originally Posted by London7 View Post
Hi
You helped me in the past with great advice when I visited Seattle with my baby and hubby. (I am in Vancouver, BC)
This time, I am visiting with 3 girlfriends, so any advice on hotels, done searches, seem pretty expensive in March. Want to be central.
Also need advice on where the best bars etc are as we will be there for st paddys.
Thanks!!!
Im staying in the Summerfield Suites, I think its being renamed the Pike Street Suites on Pike Street. It is very nice and near some good bars and walking distance to the Fish Market..... Dont know how much cos company pays, but highly recomended
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Old Feb 6th 2007, 5:37 am
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I lived in the Holiday Inn Express by the Space Needle for six months last year. Comfortable and reasonably priced for Seattle. Bit of a walk from downtown but there's some nice bars and restaurants within a few blocks.
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Old Feb 19th 2007, 2:23 pm
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I always stay at the Red Lion Hotel on 5th ave. It has an English pub downstairs that does the best fish and chips... yum
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