|The award-winning Central Public Library Building|
|The Giant Wheel that towers over Elliott Bayy|
Along my travels, I visited. . .
the International District’s Panama Hotel, made famous in the book,
“Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet”
the longest continuously operating restaurant in town in Pioneer Square ~
I strolled through parks that stretched along the waterfront ~
I wandered through the vendor stalls at the iconic Pike Place Market.
I took a Public Art walk tour through the heart of town and the Central Library
and, oh so much, more!
|Close up view of "The Gum Wall" - yes, it really is a chewed gum wall!|
Last Sunday, when the article appeared, we were in Sydney, Australia. A friend’s email alerted me to its publication and thanks to technology I read it while “Down Under”.
Many of you followed my summer travels as I did the research, so for those who didn’t see the link on TravelnWrite’s FB page, here’s a link to the article: Seattle Walks.
By the way, if you get to Seattle and need an enthusiastic tour guide, just give me a call!
Have a great week ~ hope you'll come back soon!
I love that Ferris Wheel, what a view it must offer.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your visit Rebecca! Hope you'll come back again soon as I plan to do at your most interesting blog! (I have yet to ride that Ferris Wheel - but, soon!)ReplyDelete
Central Public Library Building is very beautiful :)ReplyDelete
It really is worth a visit because it is so vastly different from any other library I've ever seen. It isn't a 'warm and fuzzy' traditional feel inside, rather cold and sterile to my way of thinking, but certainly worth a visit! Thanks for stopping by today!Delete
As I've mentioned to you before I love Seattle posts, Jackie! My favorite city to visit. The thing I've always loved the most about it (granted I haven't been there in a long time) is that, like San Francisco, it is a wonderful walking city. When I was married we did take the Metro up to the Ballard Locks. And all of the wonderful restaurants...loved Ivar's! :)ReplyDelete