Three Tree Point Bed-and-Breakfast

17026 33 Ave. SW, Seattle, Washington, 98166, United States
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Forum Posts

I am staying in Bothell, how far away is Seattle? is there anything to do in Bothell?

by wilvet

I will be in Seattle (bothell) for a week. Should I rent a car and explore seattle in the evenings or is there enough going on in Bothell?

Re: I am staying in Bothell, how far away is Seattle? is there anything to do in Bothell?

by KathleenO

Bothell is pretty boring. You will definitely need to rent a car and get to Seattle. That is where all the action is. You can probably find good vacation packages that include car rental, airfare, and hotel, if you haven't already booked your hotel. Try checking a site like this: http://www.besttraveldeals.net/category/travel-package

Re: I am staying in Bothell, how far away is Seattle? is there anything to do in Bothell?

by reevesderek

You won't want to be in Bothell. Definitely not a place to visit. It's a solid 25 minute drive to Seattle. Nothing to do/see there that your hometown doesn't offer (housing, schools, movie theater, restaurants) - typical suburban town. PLUS if you plan on crossing the 520 bridge plan (to get to Seattle) plan accordingly! Do not do it in the mornings or evenings! Crossing the bridge can take 30+ minutes alone during these times. Traffic is HEAVY in this area. Have fun in Seattle and let me know if you have any more specific questions. I'm assuming you're out in Bothell because you have a free place to stay?

Re: I am staying in Bothell, how far away is Seattle? is there anything to do in Bothell?

by travel_ler

15-20 min.

You should consider staying in Seattle.

You can get the deals here - http://www.hotelsoutlook.com/hotels/united-states/washington/seattle

Re: I am staying in Bothell, how far away is Seattle? is there anything to do in Bothell?

by Marianne2

Yep, not much to do there. It can take up to 45 minutes to get to downtown from Bothell. I would not use the 520 bridge, I would drive toward the west to Lake City Way, then turn right (west) on 145th St. and follow that to the I-5 freeway and head south to downtown. For nightlife, you could also try some of the neighborhoods in Seattle, such as Ballard and Capitol Hill. Good luck!

Travel Tips for Seattle

holiday family fun

by Jonathan_C

Our favorite way to kick off the holiday season is to spend most of the Thanksgiving Day long weekend at Seattle Center. Skating at the Winterfest ice rink puts older kids in a winter frame of mind while the little ones can enjoy the caurosel just outside. Then bring everyone over to the Center house for the Ethnic Heritage Council's free Worldfest. This mini Folklife is in its fourth year and all of the groups this year were surprisingly good. Add in the holiday train and christmas lights and you couldn't ask for anything more.

The best thing about Seattle...

by Randyo2

The best thing about Seattle is the areas around it. Although I love the city, I love everything around it much better. The Cascades are wonderful and beautiful and so are the Olympics. The San Juan Islands are breathtaking! There are so many places in every direction and they are all my favorites. In the city itself, I actually like Pike's Market. The secret is to go early in the morning when not many people are there. You can do some good shopping (a little expensive) and some good people watching. After a trip there, try having lunch in Pioneer Square. Very good little mom and pop restaurants there!!

Washington State Ferry View

by jamiesno

I have another tip with lots of information on the Washington State ferry but I wanted to give you another picture.

As you can see you get another great angle on the city from Elliott Bay.

The cruise ship in the pictures didn't seem all that big when I was there but looking at it now in comparison to the downtown buildings, that is one big cruise ship!!

Titanic Artifact Exhibit

by Carmanah

My fondest memory was visiting the Pacific Science Center to see the temporary Titanic Artifact Exhibit. The Exhibit was only there until September 2001, but featured artifacts that were recovered from the world's most famous sunk ship. It was a museum none of us would forget. For more information, check out my travelogue titled, 'Titantic Artifact Exhibit'.

Take the Metro!

by mrbassman03

Seattle has a great Metro bus service that goes everywhere in Seattle and to neighboring cities, such as Mercer Island, Bellevue, and Kirkland. The bus tunnels are great fun to ride in, and the fares are extremely reasonable. ($5 for an all day pass) There are bus stops everywhere, and it is very easy to transfer between them. Find the entrances to the bus tunnels by the Bon-Marche, by Pioneer Square, and in the International District. Another great way to save more money is to park for free at the Park & Ride on Mercer Island (take I-90) and take bus route 550 into the city. It goes through the underground tunnels, and stops right by all tourist attractions.

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