Belltown Inn

2301 3rd Avenue, Seattle, Washington, United States
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Forum Posts

What to wear in July ???

by mariaschmidt

Dear Seattlers ...

I have a trivial weather question. I will be a few days in Seattle in mid July and I wonder if to pack a propper coat or just a light jacket will be enough ...I will appreciate your help



Re: What to wear in July ???

by goodfish

Light jacket should be enough.

As with any trip, layers are the way to combat chilliness and wind. Tuck in a long-sleeve shirt or sweater to wear under your jacket if it decides to be windy/chilly/rainy. Or just bring the jacket and buy an inexpensive shirt/sweatshirt if you decide you need one once you get there.

Re: What to wear in July ???

by mariaschmidt

thank you Kate I will follow your advise :-)

Re: What to wear in July ???

by glabah

It does depend a bit on where you plan to go.

For example, if you go to a game at either of the two arenas south of downtown, there is a really cold wind that blows in off Puget Sound. This wind happens in some places, but not others, and is especially pronounced in the arenas it seems.

Any of the ferries leaving downtown Seattle also experience quite a bit of cold wind, but there is at least an option there of staying on the enclosed portion of the boat.

The layered method that Goodfish describes is particularly helpful because the weather can change fairly quickly.

Re: What to wear in July ???

by 2giants

layers is the way to go - even on a warm day here, when the sun sets, it can get cool. Mornings, depending on how early you get up, can be in the 50's!

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Spend time in the Red Barn.

by worldkiwi

The original Boeing Factory building, a large red barn, has been relocated to Boeing Field in south Seattle. It now sits at the centre of the fantastic Museum of Flight. The interior of the barn as been modelled to replicate the original, with mock ups of the old fashioned production areas (when planes were made mainly of wood and cloth). The information in here reveals an absorbing insight into the history of a great aviation company.

well since i live here, i love...

by delerium72

well since i live here, i love to go dancing, and go to the beach, there is a lot to do here and its always alive somewhere no matter what time it is! The Space Needle, which is a must see for all tourists

Tipping in Restaurants and Coffeehouses

by machomikemd

Dining: 15 to 20 percent tip is the going rate for meals, on the pre-tax total.

Tipping at coffee shops is highly contentious. Some won't tip at chains. Others only tip for drinks made by a barista, not just for a cup of joe. Tips range from change to $1 per beverage.

Washington State License Plate

by jamiesno

I know some people collect weird things like license plates so if you are curious about those sorts of things here is a Washington State plate.

It's the Evergreen State!

When your from rural Canada you tend to say from time to time, "hey look that car is from Florida!" and so on. LOL.

I thought the owner of the vehicle might not of wanted they plate number on line so I messed up that part. Cheers!

Civil, not really friendly

by Naradja

It isn't that Seattlites are NOT friendly. They are not rude. They will answer if asked a direct question. But most are not friendly. They seem to avoid eye contact with strangers at all costs. They never return smiles.

It made me feel weird, initially, to be so intentionally ignored. It was a little nerve-wracking, as well, because there is a sort of language in eye contact in many places. Where I am from, it is how people passing each other on a sidewalk check to be sure the other passer-by is safe. Before crossing a street, a walker makes eye contact with the stopped drivers to acknowledge they are aware and won't turn at the stoplight into them. I never really paid attention to the behavior of eye contact or simple gestures before strangers before, so the habits are interesting.

My impression is that it is a cultural thing. Seattlites just seem to be self-involved. It isn't a bad thing - just a busy thing. I quickly adapted and acted the same way and felt somewhat disconnected from the world, and realized that is likely why Seattlites are so gain personal space in a crowded city.


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Address: 2301 3rd Avenue, Seattle, Washington, United States