This travel agency in downtown Seattle often has the cheapest price for tour packages and air tickets. Unfortunately you really get what you pay for. The staff is always in a hurry to end the call, it seems like they are not interested in getting business. They also don't want to discuss with you any travel alternatives like changing travel dates. Once you get past this you do get your tickets and everything correctly. So if you know exactly what you need and don't mind this, this might be the place to go.
This gym has a lot of exercise choices to offer but many classes require additional fees even after you pay for the hefty membership. The tennis initiation fee is especially appalling. I am a frequent swimmer and I find the locker room to be quite stinky. Also, the lap pool is often crowded until after 10pm. Your other choice is to use the family pool if you don't mind mingling with kids when you train. I have no idea why they don't open the other 2 pools during busy time.
Illusionz sells very cheap timecards which are of good value to those who play a lot of games in a very short time. I was there twice and had a great time with my friends, although some of the games are rather old. The place is clean and the staff friendly. It is not very crowded too.
This museum, which is in downtown Bellevue and just next to the library, is magnificent for people of all ages. The doll collection spans various countries and eras. Display is done in a tasteful way, and with adjacent videos giving more details on the background of the doll. The miniature candy store, toy store, houses and wedding ceremony in the 2nd floor are captivating to view. They also carry vintage toys downstairs.
This bookstore is on Roosevelt Blvd, one block off Scarecrow video. The staff is friendly but the books are stacked very high and sometimes categorized chaotically. I can find some very good selection of film scripts and autobiographies. The backroom has a lot of old movie posters and magazines for sale.
This place is right next to Target and has a lot of cookware in store. The pots and pan selection is huge, as do the cookie cutter and cake mold. Some of the kitche aprons they carry have very funny and interesting designs. They also have periodic sales which can bring down the price of those J.A Henckels knives and Calphalon pots.
I went to Tech City when my company paid for an afternoon outing there. The facility is ok but it is nothing spectacular. It is clean as the other reviewer has stated, but overall this place seems to be quite dreary and the decor is so 80's. Food is decent given the price.
Received therapy and consulting service from Dr Erica Rubin in this Redmond Family Services office. Dr Rubin is very nice and supportive. She is a great listener and is never quick in analyzing or passing judgements. Instead she made me feel very at ease during all my visits. She offered me a lot of sound advices to tackle my problems. I would not hesitate to recommend Dr Rubin as a therapist.
Early Music Guild hosts regular performances of music from the Middle Ages through the 18th Century. Their guest performers usually play in the Town Hall in downtown Seattle. When I purchase my tickets, I usually choose to call instead of using the online order form. This is because the ticketing staff Ben is really helpful and friendly. He goes through the best available seats in every section with me and explains to me the pros/cons of various sections. I also receive my tickets the day after I ordered them online. I am very pleased with EMG staff and the concerts they host.
Overlake Eye Care is adjancent to Washington Mutual in Northrup way. Dr Prothero is the optometrist I saw. He was a very friendly doctor who examined things to me in a very clear way. The supporting staff are very friendly too. There is an adjancent eyeware store that sells high-end frames. Their prices for lens seem to be very steep though and the wait time is too long.