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    Seattle

    Any one here living in Seattle?

    I will be there on my way to and from Alaska and need some information.

    Thanks,

    ANn
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    There is a bunch of them here Ann, but they might be all out drinking coffee .

    See this thread for some of the usual suspects: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum49/1...e-seattle.html

    I'm a neighbour of sorts, living a couple of hours drive north, in Canada.

    I do visit there fairly regularly though.
    Matt

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    My good friends to the north will strangle me if I so much as utter a single word in reply...



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    Coffee? Hmm, mine says Laphroaig on the label. I don't think that's coffee.

    What kind of misinformation were you looking for?
    Fred Latchaw
    Seattle WA


    I am beginning to resent being referred to as 'half-fast'.
    Whatever that's supposed to mean.

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    I work in Seattle, live on Vashon. What info do you need?
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    Basically, I have a lot of time available when leaving and would rather not spend 10 hours at the airport.

    I would like to store my luggage and etc. in a locked enivornment at the airport. Do they still have these lockers ? the type one used to find all the time , put in money, lock up whatever and be able to retrieve later?

    Getting from the pier to the airport is not the problem, it is the luggage that I don't want to drag all over town while I snoop around.
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    I found the following on the Sea-Tac Airport website...

    There are no self-service baggage lockers at Sea-Tac Airport. Ken's Baggage Storage & Rentals, a staffed service on the Baggage Claim Level between Carousels 12 & 13, offers storage for everything from a small set of keys to a bicycle and luggage.
    So, no and yes.
    Fred Latchaw
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    I am beginning to resent being referred to as 'half-fast'.
    Whatever that's supposed to mean.

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    Thanks , that helps.
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    Also, I tried using google to discover if they have an "ON OFF Shuttle type bus , that takes folks from points of interests.

    Not much success.

    Is there a subway, train, bus, etc from the airport into the middle of the city, or is it my cab.

    Or, if someone could just point me to a website I will continue some research.
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    There's a page outlining the various modes of transportation to and from the airport. I don't know of anything that takes you to and from actual points of interest, unless they happen to be on a bus route. The page Transport by Location might help.
    Fred Latchaw
    Seattle WA


    I am beginning to resent being referred to as 'half-fast'.
    Whatever that's supposed to mean.

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