Inn at the WAC

1325 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, Washington, 98101, United States
Inn at the WAC
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best way to go

by dunneenid

We are arriving Seattle airport from S/F What is the best waY to get to Bacon mansion at 959 broadway E Thank you Enid

Re: best way to go

by glabah

Will you have rented a car or are you going to do this on transit?

Re: best way to go

by glabah

You are staying in a really neat area, and it is very close to downtown.

The transit system in Seattle has a fairly good on-line trip planner:
Then select "Plan a Trip"

Enter "Sea-Tac Airport" as the start (assuming that is the airport you are arriving - that's where most international traffic comes to) and "10th Ave E & E Prospect St" as the destination (the trip planner is unable to find this part of Broadway).

It tells you to take the SoundTransit train from the airport to the Westlake Station in Seattle, and then transfer to bus route 49 to the University. You then need to get off at 10th & Prospect, and walk 1 block west to Broadway.

To get back down the hill, you will need to get on bus route 49 going the other way. Once that gets downtown, you will want to transfer to bus route 70 going to King Street Station.

The eastbound train to Chicago doesn't leave Seattle until the afternoon, so if that is what you are taking you might want to spend a few hours exploring Seattle. You are only four blocks from Volunteer Park, which has a really nice view from the top of a water tower observation deck:

Re: best way to go

by dunneenid

Thank you Glabah, your info has been a great help, much appreceated dunneenid

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Starbuck's is headquarted in the SoDo neighborhood (south downtown) in a giant historic warehouse, and it traces its history to Seattle's civic soul - the Pike Place Public Market. It's no wonder that we Seattelites are coffee snobs.

For me and most of my friends, the idea of opening a can of Folgers is like suggesting that trailer parks are a preferred way of living! It may be true for some, but not most. Yes, most of us grind out beans fresh. The French Press method is preferred in my houshold.

So, if you come to Seattle - you must partake of our coffee culture. There are two ways of enjoying your coffee: on the go, or relaxed. I prefer the later. But, to enjoy that, one must seek certain locations. Look for leather armchairs and sofas.

Starbucks has a strong but bitter brew. I prefer Tully's or SBC. In both cases you can walk in, order, then enjoy a seat in a leather armchair and read the paper (the one in my neighborhood has a fireplace too.) Most Starbucks have wireless internet access (T-Mobile subscription required).

But don't just pursue the name brand coffee shops. Try some of the small non-chainstore establishments. I like Bauhaus Coffee or Cafe Vita - both on Capitol Hill. Also, Zeitgeist Coffee in Pioneer Square or Uptown Espresson in Belltown. If you drink in, many places will serve your coffee in a china cup or mug, which, in my opinion, heightens the experience.


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