Monday, 26 June 2017

Seattle - Green Lake & Fremont (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Seattle - Green Lake & Fremont (PDF Chapter)

Set your watch back five minutes, turn your brain setting to ‘ironic’ and cross the Fremont Bridge into the self-proclaimed ‘People’s Republic of Fremont.’

walk around Seattle’s most irreverent neighborhood in search of its peculiar public art, as well as keep an eye out for any spontaneous ‘art attacks’

explore Woodland Park Zoo, one of the better animal projects in the US

join the walking, running, skating, cycling mass of humanity powering around beautiful Green Lake Park

Coverage includes: Sights, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping and Sports & Activities.

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