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    Duh.. for "Gomel" read "hotel".

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Woolman View Post
    American Academy of Forensic Sciences is in Seattle next February. Would it be possible to order a TBB in advance and get it delivered to the Gomel during the meeting?
    You can probably wait until 4-5 days before you are scheduled to check into your Gomel (Seattle and TB) before you order. Just change the shipping address to you c/o the hotel. It probably isn't possible for you to order a bag now (11 months in advance) and have them hold it for you, since then they're essentially storing the item and having it take up space for nearly a year. If you are concerned that your desired color/model will not be in stock after the holidays, you can contact TB directly and ask them how long they'd be willing to hold an item before shipping it.


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    Looking at flights to Seattle, so now looking at accommodation and it seems so expensive.
    Any recommendations for accommodation please in Seattle, wanting to visit TB (of course) and mainly will be walking around.
    Wanting decent accommodation but cant afford anything too fancy (would have thought the TB visit would be expensive enough).
    Has anyone visited Seattle and can recommend anywhere, doesn't need to be a hotel, even thinking airB&B..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaffa View Post
    Looking at flights to Seattle, so now looking at accommodation and it seems so expensive.
    Any recommendations for accommodation please in Seattle, wanting to visit TB (of course) and mainly will be walking around.
    Wanting decent accommodation but cant afford anything too fancy (would have thought the TB visit would be expensive enough).
    Has anyone visited Seattle and can recommend anywhere, doesn't need to be a hotel, even thinking airB&B..
    Thanks
    Jaffa
    Hello @Jaffa,
    How was your stay In Seattle?

    I am too thinking whether to stay in Seattle Downtown (Hotels), for easy access (just easily walk to everything) to Touristy/Sightseeing or airBnB at Neighborhood like Tangletown. There are 6 of us, plus an 10 months old infant. I really think AirBnB with bigger space, better suit us. What you all think? Feel free to suggest.

    We don't intend to drive while in Seattle and will be arriving by rail (Amtrak) from Vancouver.
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    We were in Seattle a couple of weeks ago, and on my sister-in-law's recommendation, took the Theo Chocolate Factory Tour. All-you-care-to-eat premium chocolate samples for $10, and it's a great learning experience for young and old alike.

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