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I would definitely make sure to do the following: 1. Tour downtown and the lights and shopping at Pacific Place and Westlake Malls. There are plenty of trees, lights, carousels...

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See Seattle! 11/22/2006

I would definitely make sure to do the following: 1. Tour downtown and the lights and shopping at Pacific Place and Westlake Malls. There are plenty of trees, lights, carousels, and carolers, and there's also a shuttle that will take you to the Waterfront, Pike Place, and the International District. 2. Go to Snoqualmie or another pass for a day in the snow, either innertubing or just building snowmen. 3. Check out any number of fun coffee shops or restaurants. Most non-Seattleites don't get much good Asian food, or good coffee. 4. Do a tour of the city, making sure to hit Fremont, downtown, Columbia City, the Ave, and Broadway. And show off our beautiful water by going to Gasworks park! Have fun! more

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Great Urban Hikes in Seattle 5/3/2006

Excellent Question. Here are a few to add to the list: * Myrtle Edwards Park / Elliot Bay - also great for bikes * Golden Gardens for the views and people watching * Alki * Discovery Park - also great to run or bike * The waterfront for great tourist-watching and views don't miss piers 57 - 59 * Walk onto the Bainbridge ferry and explore Winslow * Soon - the Olympic Sculpture Park * Carkeek Park * Seward Park and Greenlake have great loops for feet, bikes, skates, strollers - just about anything * Queen Anne: Start at Macrina bakery & cafe, watch the Olympics from 7th & 8th West (Olmsted boulevards) to Kerry Park on Highland for postcard views of downtown and Rainier, Trader Joes for a snack and then around Bigelow for a view-ful loop. * Pike Place Market for great people watching * Seattle Center * Gasworks Park * Lincoln Park * Woodland Park Zoo These are a few places off the top of my head. I would love to hear from others. We live in an ideal city for this and I would like to take more advantage. Check out the Seattle website for parks, events, etc. http://www.seattle.gov/html/VISITOR/culture.htm The City of Seattle also lists Scenic Viewpoints: http://www.seattle.gov/parks/parkspaces/Viewpts.htm more
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