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Transportion to/from WAMU Theater in Seattle to Westlake Center

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I'm going to be in Seattle a few days and staying at the Mayflower Park Hotel on Olive Way/Westlake Center. My friend and I would like to go to a concert at the WaMU Center which is south and from my checking, there is no good bus line there (the only one stops some blocks away) from this area. We can easily get a cab to go there from the hotel, but are wondering how we might get back to the hotel after the concert, which will probably be at least 11 pm.

Is there any good public transporation at that time with a stop at this location, not blocks away? Is it possible to get a taxi to go back by a taxi queue at the theater? We don't mind doing that if it is feasible, even if it may be a wait. It's just that at some public venues I'm been to, it's almost impossible to get a taxi afterwards and some don't even have taxis who wait there.

I"m really surprised there isn't some direct way to get there between these two major points, but I checked SouthTransit online and they didn't give a very good option. Any suggestions?

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