Motel 6 Seattle Sea-Tac Airport South

18900 47th Ave S, Seattle, Washington, 98188, United States
Motel 6 Seattle Sea-Tac Airport South
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Market to Airport

by cdwbusch

How can I get from the Pike St. Marketplace to the airport; I have 2 pieces of wheeled bags that I am traveling with. Thanks, Charlie

Re: Market to Airport

by Agraichen

There are a number of shuttle companies that run from the hotels in the area to SeaTac. One I've used can be found at http://www.pugetsoundshuttle.com/?OVRAW=seattle%20airport%20shuttle&OVKEY=seattle%20airport%20shuttle&OVMTC=standard&OVADID=57239703512&OVKWID=416495572512&OVCAMPGID=8508990512&OVADGRPID=18528940400&OVNDID=ND1 . They may even pick you up in Pikes Place.

Re: Market to Airport

by OiKnow

Shuttle or a taxi. If you are traveling alone, the shuttle is likely less money, with two or more travling together a taxi is frequently a better deal

Re: Market to Airport

by yvr

You can walk from Pike Place Market to Macy's where the underground transit tunnel is located abpit a 3/4 block walk. You take the elevator down to the platform and take the light rail train directly to the SeaTac airport

Re: Market to Airport

by glabah

Bus route 99 is a free bus that runs along the Waterfront. Pike Place Market includes a staircase and elevator down to the waterfront. Take the elevator down to the lowest street level, which is at the waterfront. Cross Alaskan Way, and find a bus stop for bus route 99.

Take bus route 99 to the International District station. Go down the stairs / elevators / escalators there to the transit tunnel, where you will find a SoundTransit train that goes to the airport.

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Seattle that I love so much!

by Thatgirl1234567890

I live in Queen Anne in Seattle and was very hurt in the crusifying reviews of my city when I got on this website. I have been to almost every state in the US and many outside and Seattle is by far the most beautiful that I have ever seen. I think that the most important thing to do when you visit my city is to take a moment and absorb the pulse. Observe the people, the lifestyle, the huge variety of population genre, and the energy that roars in Seattle. It is this connection to the people that sets Seattle apart from most other cities. Naturally we have our highrises, skyscrapers, traffic, and chaos, but out of all the cities I have ever been to there is none that are so flavored by the people as Seattle. When I was reading I saw a lot of complaints about the homeless, parking costs, and overpriced tourist traps. Here is my advice on all of the above: The homeless are harmless, give them a dollar or don't they are just as greatful for a smile. In Seattle we do our best to solve homelessness, not shun those who happen to fall into that trap. Parking costs are inevitable and ridiculous, but there is a free busline that goes from end to end of the city, if you ever get confused ask anyone on the street and they will happily help you find your way (the only city I have ever had anyone offer their assistance without asking for it). Or better yet, give a homeless guy a dollar and they will give you directions anywhere in the city. If nothing else, there are practically no areas in Seattle that are not sneaker safe, and it is a compact city, walk a little, you will get the best views in the city. As far as tourist traps go, sure there are some, but most of Seattle can be enjoyed for free or very little cost. I think that all of the things that people complained about: the Space Needle, Chinatown, Pike's Place, and EMP have easy solutions. The Space Needle is best enjoyed from the top of the South Slope of Queen Anne, take it for what it is (an architectural masterpeice), but don't try to make it something more. Chinatown, I was shocked to hear someone say that all of the Asian Americans in our community must have moved to the suburbs to join the political force. Seattle is a very liberal city and the Asian Americans in our community are not confined to owning shops in the international district, but nor are they confined to political careers. Pike's Place translates a great amount of Seattle's energy and no matter what you think of it in the end, it is free, and an experience unlike any other. The market is chaotic at times, a little bit of everything, and often noisy, but it really allows you to indulge in the pace of Seattle. Many people (my self included) shop there for their daily groceries and can never get enough. EMP is always worth the money, granted you will get more out of it with musical background and a little bit of pop history know how. It is one of those things that is great to look at even if you don't want to drop the cash, go to city center and just walk around. Seattle breathes innovation, hope, and refreshment into every one of its residents, I would hope that you as guests would give the city the same oppurtunity. If nothing else, buy a Starbucks (which is completely environmentally and culturally coherent) and walk the waterfront, up through Belltown, hit Queen Anne, back through City Center, and on to Downtown, and back up through the crazy, liberal, old school punk (but very safe) Capitol Hill. Above all enjoy your visit to the lovely Seattle, Washington.

Go and drink a large specialty...

by Packerman

Go and drink a large specialty coffee at a Starbucks or some other coffee establishment. When my wife and I were in Seattle (Aug 96) Starbucks wasn't all over America, therefore it was kind of special to go to one and sit and read and drink their coffee. We really were surprised to see so many coffee shops all over the place, there were even little coffee vendors right outside grocery stores.

Take a break in Waterfront Park.

by worldkiwi

The waterfront area, particularly around piers 55 and 56, can get very crowded and noisy in the summer. The dreadful Alaska Way, apart from being an ugly eyesore on Seattle's waterfront, also helps add to the noise level in this level.
To escape the crowds a little, detour into Waterfront Park, which is actually a pier with seating at the end and some relatively wide open space. A perch here affords pleasant views of the maritime activity in the sound and gives you time to catch your piece and munch on a take-away snack.

hit Starbucks!! Yeah, you can...

by CDNgirl

hit Starbucks!! Yeah, you can get it virtually everywhere now, but you gotta have it once in the town it originated. Drinking hot chocolate(Starbucks, of course!) while watching the fisherman with their catch on the pier outside Pikes Place Market!!

Still Dale Chihuli

by solopes

I don't know if Chihuli is an indian or not, but I admired the sensibility he shows about indian culture.

His boathouse, more than being a cathedral of glass creation, is a carefully displayed collection of indian artifacts, that evidence the pleasure of just holding them.

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Address: 18900 47th Ave S, Seattle, Washington, 98188, United States