This is the hubcap in the wheel of Seattle tennis. The great thing about the Amy Yee Tennis Center is the junior walk-ins: if you are under 18, you can get to play on the indoor courts for free as long as one is open. They have a lot of lessons, ranging from pure beginner to fairly advanced, and they host many tournaments throughout the year. They are very focused on serving the community, and the staff are very very friendly and try hard to get tennis across to the entire state.
If you are an avid music fan and truly know what is good and what is not, you should go to this music store. Since I do not know a lot about which albums might be worth it to get, I get confused digging through the piles looking for something I know. If you like negotiating, you can get good deals, but I like to save the hassle and go to somewhere more organized.
I have had the honor of playing here a few times before, but normally you have to be either a member or a guest of a member to be allowed in. They have their own parking lot with an attendent on hand. The courts are in very good condition, and there is a pro shop instead. I do not like the layout of the inside courts, but it allows for faster access to them. I would rather go to the Amy Yee Tennis Center to play.
I found out about this place through a coupon, and my inkjet printer was running low so I decided to give this place a try. I have used the do-it-yourself refill kits before, but the people at Island Inkjet use a slightly more advanced system. They seem very knowledgable in printers and the inkjet system. The price is a little cheaper than buying a new inkjet cartridge, but the distance is far away. If you live close by and need a refill, try this place out.
Though this casino is outfitted with everything a casino should have, this is not my favorite casino for a couple reasons. First of all, a lot of other places have decent performances that draw me in, but not so much here. Secondly, when it comes to food options, I'm stuck. I do not want to eat here, and there are no restaurants locally that are any good. If you find yourself here for some reason, I guess you should stay awhile and play, but I see no reason to go all the way there to play.
Silver Dollar is in a bad spot. It is not clear to me whether or not the casino is the cause of the unfriendly atmosphere in and around the building, but I am positive that I do not feel comfortable here. If it weren't for my friends who really wanted to go in, I would have kept on going down the road, hurrying away from the uneasy feeling that boils in my gut from looking at the area. Inside, it is just a regular casino, nothing special at all.
Though this place sounds private, it is actually open. They host a variety of tournaments throughout the year, both for youth and adults. However, playing in the morning, say before 10 a.m., is very cold indoors, since there are not a lot of heat lamps inside. The lobby is maintained very well though. This tennis center is located in a somewhat industrial area.
The people at Rodda know about paint and is my paint specialty store. They have catalogues of colors and give good recommendations on choosing colors. They helped me choose out matching colors for my entire house. Rodda also carries paint accessories, brushes, finishes, and the prices are all reasonable.
If you are looking for Japanese books, CDs, magaizes, or random accessories, you should go to Kinokuniya. They carry books in English, Japanese, and a few in other languages, and most of the books are related to Asian culture. They have notebooks, office supplies, and school supplies, too, and some have creative uses. The art section is pretty big, so if you're interested in drawing then you can get supplies here.
The folks at SeaDruNar do good work for the community and those who they are helping. The rehabilition works and I can see potential, but the whole business seems too small right now. In addition to great service, they are a benefit to our Seattle society. These guys were featured in practically every newspaper in town at one point or another.