Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Seattle - Belltown & Seattle Centre (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Seattle - Belltown & Seattle Centre (PDF Chapter)

Belltown’s compact, walkable core is long on dining and entertainment but relatively short on daytime attractions. Apart from Olympic Sculpture Park, an art garden that anchors the neighborhood and snares visitors strolling between Pike Place Market and the Seattle Center.

ponder the shimmering glass art that sprang from the creative mind of Dale Chihuly in Chihuly Garden & Glass underneath the Space Needle

watch the sun slip behind faraway mountains from the grassy slopes of the Olympic Sculpture Park

go to the top of the Space Needle in the footsteps of millions of others – just because it’s there

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