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Seattle area help needed

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Husband & I will be making our 1st ever trip to Seattle in mid-July for a conference. We are coming in from East coast 2 days early to allow for a bit extra time to enjoy the area. During the conference, we will stay at Fairmont Olympic downtown so I was thinking that our 1st 2 nights could be outside of the city....

We would fly in Friday afternoon/evening so it would need to be a relatively easy drive from airport (Seattle). ..maybe an area near wineries? or on the coast or a lake? I would appreciate any suggestions....thanks. I liked the looks of Willows Lodge in Woodinville but it was sold out....

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