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Mt. Rainier Day Trip from Seattle
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Mt. Rainier Day Trip from Seattle

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With massive glaciers, powerful waterfalls, and alpine meadows, Mount Rainier National Park is among one of Washington's most spectacular reserves, but it can be hard to get to, especially in heavy traffic. Visiting the active volcano on a guided tour lets you focus on the views while your guide takes on the hassle of driving. Plus your guide knows some of the best stops to make at some of the most beautiful places in the park.
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feiba0 wrote a review Dec 2019
Seattle, Washington43 contributions7 helpful votes
I used to take my work group here regularly when I worked downtown for QFE (quarterly fun events), and it was perfect. Lots of space, good beers & bar food, service was usually really good. Going on Wednesdays when there used to be an all you can game night made it budget friendly too. That said, I haven't taken my kids here yet as it's not as great for a group of younger kids (e.g. elementary school) as I think it can be overwhelming at times. Certainly now that my kids are teenagers and can stay out later, etc. I have no worries. Other bonus are access to transit, as parking downtown is a real pain. You can easily take a bus or rail that drops you off near here, as it's very close to the convention center.
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Date of experience: May 2019
Zac R wrote a review Aug 2018
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30mins for beer and other drinks. Also food is completely shocking, worst food ever and I have been to Taco Bell.
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Date of experience: August 2018
Ryegirl74 wrote a review Apr 2018
10 contributions7 helpful votes
This place was directly across the street from our hotel and it looked promising from the outside. It was a huge disappointment. All the seating for people with minors is oddly placed and uncomfortable. There is a second level where teens can sit, but you have to go downstairs to place your food order yourself at the bar. My husband went down to order drinks for us. I soon got a text saying that I needed to go downstairs as well to show my I.D. This is their “one drink per I.D. policy. The bartender said that when the food was ready, someone would bring it to us “if they weren’t too busy”. All the tables around us had dirty dishes on them and stayed that way for our entire visit. So basically getting dinner and drinks is a massive hassle and there is virtually no service. The food is ok, not special. After we ate the boys played games and had fun. Basically, if you want to go to Game Works, I recommend that you eat somewhere else first that then go play. The concept of a restaurant and games is a solid one. I was looking forward to a dinner out and enjoying a drink with my husband while the boys played. This place could be so much better.
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Date of experience: April 2018
Rehsinup19 wrote a review Jul 2017
Kent, Washington1,938 contributions365 helpful votes
We took my nephew here to celebrate his birthday. This was a lot of fun. There are a lot of unique and fun games here. My nephew won over 6000 tickets and came away with some cool prizes. The tickets rewarded are loaded onto your game card sparing you from having to carry around a large wad of paper tickets. This was well worth doing.
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Date of experience: June 2017
elsewhere133 wrote a review Jul 2017
New Orleans, Louisiana6 contributions13 helpful votes
Drinks are wildly expensive for the atmosphere being old and worn down, games are old broken expensive, food is ok, only thing I found I enjoyed was the gaming rental space, paying by the hour playing video games and drinking side by side with my friend was the only fun part about this place.
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Date of experience: July 2017