[ View from Victor Steinbrueck Park, right next to the Pike Place Market]
When in Seattle there is so much to do, I visited a few days and it seriously felt like I didn't get enough time to explore as much as I would have liked. Regardless, I am sharing a little about what I was up to in Seattle and my (very honest) thoughts.
PIKE PLACE MARKET: here you can see, eat and drink your way through. LOVED the vibrant flowers, the smell of yummy pastries in the morning and the loud sound of the hustle and bustle. HATED the crowds, so I would highly recommend to get there as early as possible to avoid the busy periods.
[as you can see in the photo above, suuuuuuper crowded Pike Place Market]
SKIP the ride up to the Space Needle, instead go in search of the best views and angles of it from different areas of the city.
Go in search of the GUM WALL, super gross.
Catch some nighttime drinks at The ZIG ZAG CAFE, finding it is a mission all to itself. Once there, it's the perfect kind of cozy after a long day of exploring the city.
Check out the CHIHULY GARDEN AND GLASS exhibit, super colorful & next to the SPACE NEEDLE
& last but not least FIND the FREEMONT TROLL!
[view from Kerry Park]
Cloudy and quirky, until next time Seattle!
Up next, Portland.