Motel 6 Seattle Airport

16500 Pacific Hwy S, Seattle, Washington, 98188, United States
Motel 6 Seattle Airport
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Transportation into downtown

by heather.mcgregor

Me and my husband will be staying in Lynnwood. What is the best way to get from Alderwood Mall Blvd to downtown Seattle? We are interested in public transit routes if possible. We want to end up someplace downtown that will allow us to walk around and use the free ride King County Metro. Thanks for any help!

Re: Transportation into downtown

by bocmaxima

Check out the Sound Transit web site, which provides express bus service from the Lynnwood/Alderwood Mall area to Downtown Seattle and other destinations (including the airport). http://soundtransit.org/
This will probably be your best option. Sound Transit buses are really nice and usually stick to the freeways, so they're quick.
There's also the Sounder, which is a commuter rail service running from nearby Edmonds into Downtown, also provided by Sound Transit. The schedule is somewhat limited though (mostly morning into Downtown and afternoon back out) and you would likely need to take a bus from the hotel to the station in Edmonds, unless the hotel has a shuttle that would take you. Take a look at the Community Transit (bus service for Lynnwood, Edmonds and Snohomish County) web site (http://www.communitytransit.org/), as you'll need to figure out the bus from where your hotel is for that.

Re: Transportation into downtown

by glabah

This map will help you get around downtown:
http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/bus/area_images/CBDSeattleMap.pdf
It's desinged for 11x17 inch paper.

This is the closest I can find for Lynnwood:
http://www.communitytransit.org/BusService/Documents/SystemMaps/SouthWestSnohomishCounty.pdf

Travel Tips for Seattle

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by HispanicYob

Make sure you have plenty of memory in your camera as the views from here are great. You can see pretty much all of Seattle from the Needle. The most eye-catching is overlooking downtown. Make sure you go around the whole thing and take pics from every direction. My fondest memories of Seattle would have to be the good times spent with my friends from the ship, diniing, hanging out and exploring. Another great memory is hanging with my friend Jeff who lived here for a while.

Visit Pike Place Market. It...

by dzni

Visit Pike Place Market. It sits just up the hill from Puget Sound in downtown Seattle. It's basically a huge farmer's market, so you can find tons of fresh fruit, vegetables, and seafood... everything local. But it doesn't stop there... you can find lots of people selling flowers or honey or nuts or other local items. Plus there are those selling crafts or painting pictures. Go a little bit further in this place and you'll come to a slightly underground mall, with a few stores that may be of interest. Plus there are some restaurants here, including the one shown in Sleepless in Seattle.

Check out one of the main fish sellers here, and duck. You could be hit by a flying fish! Well, probably for the tourists (I don't really care), they'll throw fish around from different parts of the stand and put on a little show for the different customers! It's a lot of fun to watch, even if you don't buy anything.

So, yeah... even if you don't buy anything here, it's fun to walk around and people watch. Plus, there's a nice park just outside of the actual market with people selling more things, and painters and such, and you can overlook the Sound.

Golden Gardens Beach & Park

by yooperprof

North of the Ballard neighborhood, Golden Gardens Beach & Park is a good place to watch the activity in Puget Sound, to take in a game of beach volleyball, or just to sit and enjoy a book. 8498 N. Seaview.

Washington State Convention & Trade Center

by yooperprof

It's really big. This is the famous convention center where the freeway passes overhead and there are hanging gardens and it's really easy to get lost. (Wait, that describes just about every convention center in the world.)

I was here in January 2005 for the annual meeting of the American Historical Association. My favorite part of these conventions is what I call the "booze 'n schmooze," those informal conversations that take place away from the official conference program.

Seattle Chill

by terralily

Are Seattlites helpful? Sure. You need directions? Most people are willing to give them. Need a recomendation for dinner? People are usually willing to tell you about their favorite. It stops there though. Don't expect to make any friends and don't expect any follow through. People here get into their sphere and stay there. You have you camping friends, and your reading group, your drinking buddies and art appreciation friends, and they never mix! It is sad but true. I don't know if it is the overcast weather or the rate at which the city as grown while ignoring its infrastructure problems, but people here get nervous when asked to go outside their comfort zone.

Great place for a short visit, but don't stay...unless you like the idea of a metropolis Mayberry.

Oh and for the love of god skip the duck!

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Address: 16500 Pacific Hwy S, Seattle, Washington, 98188, United States