Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Seattle - Queen Anne & Lake Union (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Seattle - Queen Anne & Lake Union

At some point during your Seattle sojourn, you’ll exit the tourist-heavy Seattle Center for one of the busy thoroughfares of Lower Queen Anne, a lived-in urban locale good for a cheap meal or an eye-widening dose of Seattle coffee culture.

ride the streetcar to the fabulous Museum of History & Industry for a first-class exposition of Seattle’s grunge-playing, aircraft-building, computer-designing history

circumnavigate Lake Union on foot (or bike) on the well-signposted Cheshiahud Loop 6-mile route

admire the opulent mansions which display a wealthy array of fin-de-siècle architecture atop Queen Anne Hill

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

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