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Alaska Airlines Flights from Kona (KOA) to Seattle (SEA)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on Alaska Airlines, which operates a daily non-stop flight from Kona (KOA) to Seattle (SEA) regularly scheduled to depart at 10:20pm and arrive at 5:54am. Usually a Boeing 757-300 is flown for this route. The average travel time from Kona, HI to Seattle, WA is 5 hours and 34 minutes.*

* Some flights must connect with additional service on this airline.

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During your Seattle vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Woodland Park Zoo
Located in north Seattle, this sprawling zoo has outstanding exhibits focusing on Alaska, tropical Asia, the African savanna, and the tropical rainforest. The brown-bear enclosure, one of the zoo's best exhibits, is a very realistic reproduction of an Alaskan stream and hillside. In the savanna, zebras gambol and giraffes graze contentedly near a reproduction of an African village. An elephant forest provides plenty of space for the zoo's pachyderms, and the gorilla and orangutan habitats are also very well done. There's even a large walk-through butterfly house ($2 additional fee) during the summer months. Don't miss the giant Komodo dragons from Indonesia. A farm animal area and petting zoo are big hits with the little ones.

Pacific Science Center
Although its exhibits are aimed primarily at children, the Pacific Science Center is fun for all ages. The main goal of this sprawling complex at Seattle Center is to teach kids about science and to instill a desire to study it. To that end, there are life-size robotic dinosaurs, a butterfly house and insect village (with giant robotic insects), a Tech Zone where kids can play virtual-reality soccer or challenge a robot to tic-tac-toe, and dozens of other fun hands-on exhibits addressing the biological sciences, physics, and chemistry. The August Bubble Festival is always a big hit. There's a planetarium for learning about the skies (plus laser shows for the fun of it), plus an IMAX theater. Be sure to check the schedule for special exhibits when you're in town.

The Seattle Aquarium
Although it's not nearly as large and impressive as the Monterey Bay Aquarium or the Oregon Coast Aquarium, is still quite enjoyable and presents well-designed exhibits dealing with the water worlds of the Puget Sound region. The star attractions here are the playful river otters and the sea otters, as well as the giant octopus. There's also an underwater viewing dome from which you get a fish's-eye view of life beneath the waves, and each September you can watch salmon return up a fish ladder to spawn. Of course, there are also plenty of small tanks that allow you to familiarize yourself with the many fish of the Northwest, a beautiful coral-reef tank, and several smaller tanks that exhibit fish from distant waters. Life on the Edge focuses on tide-pool life along Washington's Pacific Ocean and Puget Sound shores, while Life of a Drifter highlights jellyfish.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Seattle area, including:

Chambered Nautilus Bed and Breakfast Inn
This Georgian colonial inn sits high above an apartment-lined street atop an ivy-covered embankment, out of view of the sidewalk. The surrounding shady forest gives it a very secluded feel -- you'll hardly realize you're in the middle of the city. The antiques-filled B&B, which dates from 1915, has a homey feel, and innkeepers Joyce Schulte and Steve Poole make sure guests are comfortable and well fed. Four of the rooms have porches; some have mountain views. Third-floor units have fireplaces and the best views. Be advised that this inn is not recommended for anyone who has trouble climbing stairs. Four suites, with VCRs, DVD players, kitchens, and porches, are located in an adjacent house, where children over 4 are welcome.

Best Western University Tower Hotel
Despite the location away from downtown, this is one of Seattle's hippest hotels and offers excellent value. For these reasons, it's one of my favorite hotels in the city. You'll be surrounded by modern Art Deco style as soon as you arrive, and the retro look is both elegant and playful. You'll even get views of downtown Seattle, distant mountains, and various lakes and waterways. Every room here is a corner unit, which means plenty of space to spread out and plenty of views from the higher floors. Small bathrooms are the biggest drawback. The University Tower Hotel is considerably cheaper than comparable downtown options, and if you need to be near the university, it's definitely the top choice in the neighborhood.

Salisbury House
Located on tree-lined 16th Avenue East, this grand old house has a wide wraparound porch from which you can enjoy one of Seattle's prettiest residential streets. Inside, there's plenty to admire as well. Two living rooms (one with a wood-burning fireplace) and a second-floor sun porch provide great spots for relaxing and meeting other guests. On sunny summer days, breakfast may even be served in the small formal garden in the backyard. Guest rooms all have queen-size beds with down comforters; one has a fireplace and a whirlpool tub, while another has an old claw-foot tub. Breakfasts here are deliciously filling and might include fresh fruit, juice, quiche, fresh-baked muffins or bread, and oatmeal pancakes.


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