Seattle: Pictures From the Weekend (April 25-27, 2014)

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I’m back from the getaway to Seattle. I was only in town for the weekend, and spent most of my time attending “classes” at Frequent Traveler University (FTU).

So, although I did have limited spare time to sight-see, I did manage to snap up just a few photos. The Pacific Northwest (Seattle) is absolutely beautiful… when it’s not raining. 😉

Enjoy the pics below! I will post an update about the FTU event later this week.

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Four Points Hotel: Starwood properties, my favorite!
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Apple Cinnamon
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The Original Starbucks!
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Catch some fresh fish
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Space Needle
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Boo… so sad… still hurts 🙁
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Some serious pie…
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yummm
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Washington conference room
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Learn, Earn, and Burn!
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Randy Petersen, founder of Flyer Talk!
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Million Mile Secrets!

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Done by Forty
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Nice! If you pick up some travel hacking tips, be sure to share ’em!

The Wallet Doctor
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Great pictures! I always try to grab some shots when I travel, even if I don’t have tons of sightseeing time. I’m looking forward to hearing what sorts of things you learned!

Dave @ The New York Budget
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Nice – I definitely need to get out to the pacific northwest someday. And can’t wait to hear about the travel hacking tips!

No Nonsense Landlord
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Sounds like a great learning adventure, similar to my recent trip to Dallas. Lots of information, then get up early and do it again the next day.

I look forward to your updates.

Oscar
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Oscar

I was wondering if you can right an article and let us know how does investing out of state works on your taxes. Thanks go Niners!!!!

Marvin
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Looking forward to the traveling tips. I have never even heard of FTU before today, sounds very interesting.

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