Downtown Seattle, Seattle
Have some fish and chips. Seattle was the first lpace I ever had fish and chips. I've had tons of it, but I can't recall eating any better than what we ate there. I loved going to the beach, and climbing on the rocks. If I took someone to Seattle I would take them to Woodland Park. If it's the same there, there is a zoo there, and lots to see.
Fondest memory: I think my best memories of Seattle are going to Playland, Woodland Park, Mt. Rainier. I miss the nice rides we went on, on Sunday afternoons to the 'big' snow places, Snohomish, and Snoqualmie. I miss the rian, I love the rain, and there was plenty of it. Seattle is a beautiful place with all four seasons, which we don't have here where we live.
West Seattle Family YMCA
4515 36th Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98126-2788
fax: (206) 938-1676
This is my hang out when I'm not on VT, I spend alot of time in some of the wonderful programs they offer. When you visit Seattle, and you want a good place to work out with alot of friendly people.. this is the place to go! You don't have to buy a membership you can pay for the day.
It's good to bring the kids, they have programs and day camps and daycare for the little ones. I love the kickboxing classes and yoga, I will be taking Karate next month and I am so excited to begin, I figure with the kickboxing and karate I can protect my boyfriend lol
Fondest memory: Cardiovascular equipment
Circuit Strength equipment
Favorite thing: A very attractive city with many new skyscrapers and condominium towers. Even more delightful with a partial blue sky when it's not raining. At least half of the buildings must have wonderful views of Puget Sound.
Favorite thing: I had glorious weather for most of my stay in Seattle. The day I took the 'Water Taxi' across Elliott Bay from Pier 55, the views of the city skyline were wonderful. Here are a couple of photos.
Favorite thing: The city is beautifull and it buildings are amazing. You must be care because it's some kind of unsecurity like any big city.
Favorite thing: I stopped to look at what I thought was a glove on the sidewalk, but it's really a brass glove embedded in cement!
Pikes Market, Space Needle, Bruce Lee's grave sight
Fondest memory: Seeing Mount Ranier behind the downtown skyline...
Favorite thing: Walk around the city, hang out on a bench, drink a coffee outside, watch people, talk to people. Seattle has a real city feel, but it is pretty laid back.
Favorite thing: We were wandering around the streets and enjoying the many malls and shops. We came upon this contest where they were creating images in sand - yes, sand sculpture!