to Alan, who put a lot of time and research into our trip to Seattle,
we now have 5 suggested itineraries. Each one includes a map, the places
to go to along the way and all sorts of other useful information. These
are completely optional of course, but feel free to discuss them with
other people going and maybe find people who want to go to the same
place you do on a specific day. These will also be posted on all of the
participating forums shortly.
The Suggested Itineraries Are Here!
Here is all of the information directly from Alan:
is a big place! Consequently, we are going to need transport of one
form or another, whether this is from the airport or to get around
Seattle. To help with this an information sheet have been drawn up with
hopefully all the necessary information on how to get around Seattle.
To be honest, getting around should be pretty easy as its public
transport system appears to be world class! The information sheet
gives a summary of the main forms of transport as well as arriving in
Seattle. There are also links to two bus route maps and the Metro
Transit system website. Follow the link below to download the PDF:
Things to know about Seattle:
majority of us will be new to Seattle and the phrase "When in Rome do
as the Romans do" springs to mind. So to help with this a quick fact
sheet have been produced with hopefully usefull hints and tips to help
us blend in. Follow the link below to download your PDF guide:
Survey Results, So Far...
may recall that in order to find out what people would like to do at
the Seattle meet-up we decided to pull together a survey. Well this is
just to give a heads up on the results so far. If you click on the link
below it will take you to a PDF summary sheet for your interest.
Hopefully it will help in the planning of the clan activities for both
the information gleaned from the survey it was decided to draw up some
suggested itineraries for the Seattle meet-up. At the end of the day
there is no point just turning up there and not have an idea of how to
spend our time together. So a total of five itineraries have been
pulled together. Please note these are only suggestions and everyone is
perfectly at liberty to do whatever they wish. They are only there to
give some ideas.
These have been pulled together based on the survey
results and also to take in the venues covered by the Seattle CityPass
(http://www.citypass.com/seattle) and more! Below is a list of the five
PDF itineraries to dowonload:
1. Pike Place, Aquarium and Shore Line
2. Pioneer Square and International District
3. Pacific Science Centre, Kerry Point and Queen Anne Avenue
4. Woodland Park Zoo Adventure
5. Washington Park Arboretum and Broadway