Since I was flying out of Seattle and still had my Platinum Card at the time, I decided that revisiting the Centurion Lounge Seattle would be good to compare and contrast with my first visit. And, WOW… What a 180!
During our last few hours in Seattle, there wasn’t much to do. So after lunch, we rummaged around Pike Place Market and got some Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt. Then, we headed up to Northlake to check out Gas Works Park.
On our last full day in the PNW, we had about half the day available to explore more. So, after checking into our hotel, we booked it back into the city and started by grabbing some lunch at Etta’s by Tom Douglas.
The last hotel of the three we stayed in while touring the PNW with my grandparents was the Seattle Airport Marriott. And it fit our needs perfectly.
Last year, Snohomish County gave the Institute of Flight the boot. So, while revisiting the Future of Flight Aviation Center this past April, I was interested to see how the center changed under its new operator.
As I said in my intro post, my recent visit to Seattle was to complete my grandfather’s aviation adventures there. So, revisiting the Museum of Flight Seattle was a priority, as he had never been there.