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There are two ways to get around inside of Fremont: by bicycle and by foot. We exist at the juncture of the Burke Gilman Trail and one of two North-South bicycle corridors within the city. Bike racks, though never sufficient, can be found at many locations. Bus routes connect Fremont to Ballard, Phinney, the University, Magnolia, Seattle Center and Downtown. Once here, just walk. Within just a few blocks you'll find enough attractions to keep you busy for a weekend.
Written Aug 18, 2003
There is no need to give up your yoga practice just because you're traveling. Fremont boasts at least three yoga studios within walking distance. My favorite is the Yoga Tree where most of the teachers focus equally on spirit and body. They have many 'drop in' classes if you're only in town for a brief visit.
If you want to know why Fremonsters are so in tune with themselves and their community, you should go to a yoga session.
Equipment: Wear loose fitting clothes -- mats and equipment are provided.
Updated Aug 18, 2003
Address: 3601 Fremont Avenue North