[Air-L] SEATAC to the Hotel
nora.madison at gmail.com
Sun Oct 9 15:42:02 PDT 2011
Directions were spot on. Thanks Mark!
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On Oct 7, 2011, at 7:14 PM, Mark Chen <markchen at u.washington.edu> wrote:
> I'm a local and use the light rail for all my airport needs. It is easy.
> When you leave the terminal, go towards the parking garage using one of the
> catwalks (it's mezzanine level, between arrivals and departures), then turn
> left. With the edge of the parking garage on your left, keep walking until
> you get to the light rail. If you have *a lot* of luggage, it might be a
> problem, but it's doable.
> Get off at the University St station, find the exit for 3rd and Seneca
> (iirc, when you get off the train turn right, go up the escalators, then
> take the left exit up). Then just a short walk to the hotel.
> On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 7:05 PM, Alex Leavitt <alexleavitt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I recently spoke at the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, and I can attest to
>> how awesome this light rail is. Highly recommended over spending money on a
>> taxi, if $$ is a concern.
>> Alexander Leavitt
>> PhD Student
>> USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
>> Twitter: @alexleavitt
>> On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 7:00 PM, Ted Coopman <ted.coopman at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Seattle has a nifty new light rail system that runs to and from the
>>> to downtown. It wasn't in operation when I was living there but I looked
>>> around and it appears the University Street station is the closest (.3
>>> miles/7 minutes walking) to the hotel and it looks like it is not up hill
>>> (major consideration downtown - *steep* *hills*). The train takes 45
>>> and the fare from the airport is $2.75 one way.
>>> The website is at: http://www.soundtransit.org they do have a trip
>>> Lots of trains, esp. during peak times
>>> Walk from seatac to Seatac Link Light Rail Station
>>> 1. Walk southeast on Perimeter Rd.
>>> 2. Continue on Seatac Access Road.
>>> 3. Walk northeast on Seatac Access Road.
>>> 10 min (0.3 mi)
>>> I assume it will be well marked. If any locals wish to chime in case I am
>>> wrong or to confirm I am right, please do.
>>> Ted M. Coopman Ph.D.
>>> Department of Communication Studies
>>> San Jose State University
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