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Parking for 2 days in Seattle and day pass

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We will be in Seattle on Thursday and Friday next week, staying at the Marriott Courtyard in Pioneer Square. Marriott charges $30 + tax for parking for 1 day. We would like to find a parking place which charges less and is accessible w. public transportation. Last time when I was in Seattle about 6 yrs ago someone helpful on this forum mentioned that one can leave a car at the Green Lake Park and Ride for up to 3 days and take one of the many buses back to the center of the city. This was great but I heard that rules might have changed. Tried but could not reach anyone at Metro (was in voice mail maze for hours before giving up).

Any suggestions for less expensive options for places to leave the car for 2 days while we enjoy Seattle without it? Does anyone local know if in fact rules for parking at the Green Lake Park and Ride changed and if so, what are the current rules (supposedly posted there)?

Also, is there a 1 day or two day pass that covers local transportation?

Thanks a lot.

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