I just spent the last 4 hours searching google, hotels.com etc. but I am hoping for some personal opinions from people here.
it is my anniversary this weekend and I wanted to surprise my wife by picking her up from work and getting a hotel tonight, like check in, go to dinner, sleep in and maybe do some shopping in the afternoon
I am looking for something romantic, and hopefully in the price range of 100-175, any thoughts from you good ol seattle lj'ers?
preferably in or near seattle since my wife works in SLU and she doesn't get off work until 4
I lost my cell phone last night at Game Works downtown!
If anyone finds it (Verizon LG 5200) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That phone's number is 509-209-1921; I can't remember anything else about it that would allow you to verify it's mine. You'd just have to check in the settings for that.
Oh and I also lost one of my gloves, so if you happen to find a north face black glove with it, cool.
I will be attending a "Goofy Christmas Sweater" party next saturday. I need to find a goofy christmas sweater. Teh googles and such aren't turning up much info.
Has anyone been to Value Village lately? Do they have goofy holiday sweaters?
If anyone can recommend a good place where they have seen goofy holiday sweaters, please let me know. I will pee your name into what little snow is left in my yard as a sign of thanks.
I thank you in advance, Internets.
corporate event planning time!
has anyone had any experience at whirly ball (up in edmonds), the family fun center (bullwinkle's something or other) down in tukwila, or know of any go-karting or laser tag places right in/around seattle?
pros, cons, etc? google doesn't yield any useful/insightful reviews, unfortunately.
This seems really odd to me.
Some back story: my fiance and I get an incredible amount of unsolicited mail from local realtors. We live in a condo, and these mailings are almost always for property for sale in the area, or for workshops and seminars. I spent a ton of time each week, sending snail-mail mailing list removal requests to each offender, sometimes calling them or visiting their offices to deliver my requests a little more personally.
But the same people keep mailing us over and over and over.
One of the most problematic has been Coldwell Bains Banker. Each of their reps has his or her own mailing list. Eventually, I got so sick of being ignored by the individuals, I started sending all of my removal requests to their main website contacts. That got a response.
The tech administrator told me that they get their lists from the Washington State Assessor's office, and that even if someone removes my address from their personal list, I'll be back on it the next time they refresh with the Assessor.
I emailed email@example.com a few times, asking to be removed from their send-list, or at least flagged as some sort of "do not contact" thing. Like the phone book, you know? Don't list me. After ignoring me for months, this was finally what they responded with:
Not possible, records are public domain and unless State law changes, we cannot remove you from our database. Thank you.
That just doesn't seem right to me. Does anyone know anything more about this sort of thing?
I am sick and tired of the spam, and the amount of paper waste it generates in my mailbox every week is ridiculous. It all goes straight to the recycling bin these days.
i need a buffet. not a chinese buffet. not a shitty old town country buffet that closes at 9:30 on a friday. not a bloody 45 minute drive to a casino buffet. i need one in the seattle, or preferably bellevue area, that is open late and has standard, satisfying buffet food, like fried chicken, and roast beef and weird jello and mac and cheese. please.