It is fairly expensive to go up the Space Needle, and if it is just the view you are looking for, I would suggest visiting the Smith Tower at 506 2nd Street. It is a blast from the past, with an... more
Tourist Trap or shopping mecca...it's all in your interpretation. At the end of the day you can get some great bargans on the flowers. There are shops for most anything. Since the stalls seem to... more
The only reason to visit the Seattle waterfront is to catch a ferry, which is a fabulous and cheap way to get a great, romantic view of the city. (Bundle up, even in the summer). Otherwise, the... more
It is hard to find parking in Seattle. When you are going to downtown Seattle, make sure to take the bus instead of driving. The bus is free if you catch the bus before the International District.... more
Despite the fact it is a simple ploy to attract tourists and their money, I had a great time probably because I am a full grown kid.
http://www.seattlecenter.com/ The benefits of the Seattle center... more
Seattle Center sounds like it should be the hub of activity in Seattle. It really isn't. It's just a fairgrounds without the fair, except on special occasions like Bumbershoot or Bite of Seattle,... more
Sure, Pioneer Square has a bad reputation, an undeserved one. It consists of beautifully preserved late 19th century structures that were clearly impacted by the dot.com dollars. I saw it ten years... more
(Pls check the travelogues to see pictures on each destination!)
Seattle is famous because of the fortune companies that are based here: Microsoft, Boeing, Starbucks, Amazon.com, Washington Mutual......
November 4, 2006
You know I had to title my page this because everytime a Seahawks game is played here the announcers make this shocked remark like "wow I can't believe how nice it is today" like us...