Seattle Eye-Candy

This was my first time in Seattle. Wow. Everyone talks about Seattle being this vibrant, hip, town, and they are NOT wrong. We had less than 48 hours before taking the ferry west toward Port Townsend. But we walked and walked and walked. It seemed like every corner we turned had things that caught our eye!

The weather  . . . . yes, Seattle is known for its cloudy, rainy days. However, the entire week we were there was the most beautiful blue skies. And the mountain views, I never got tired of this view!!

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The sculptural garden was beautiful. I loved these eye that were also benches.

 

Then there was the area around the needle!

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But it wasn’t the just the obvious eye-candy around Seattle. The buildings all seemed to include a bit of color if you look closely, unexpected sculptures were everywhere and even the manhole covers were unique!

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This was the view out the window as I flew out of town!!

What a great city and we didn’t even begin to see it all! If you ever get a chance, just go. I won’t guarantee bright blue skies, but I will guarantee great eye-candy! Can’t wait to go back!!

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4 Responses to Seattle Eye-Candy

  1. Glad you had fun and that you dodged the raindrops!

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  2. Christina says:

    I agree that Seattle was beautiful. I’m so glad I got to experience the city with my BFF! When angels travel, the skies are blue.

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  3. Linda says:

    Mt. Rainer ??

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  4. KatharinaK says:

    Another fun post!

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