I have many friends who attended this college and they have nothing but great things to say about it. The student body is small under 1000 students and a great campus located in North Capitol hill. They have 4 and 2 year degrees. They have dancing ttheater and design workshops for people who are looking to expand thier talents.
A nice place to stroll with a great musuem and garden. This is one of my favorite places to smell the flowers. It has a great glass garden with all kinds of great tropical plants to excite your nose. The tower on the west end of the park offers a great view of the city and sunset.
This is a quite peaceful place to relax your soul. Great architecture and lots of cutural history. One of Seattles main temples this is a great place to light 3 jo sticks and make offerings. Don't forget to remove your shoes.and respect the monks.
Located on first avenue and very artsy this place is a world class hotel. The hotel staff is A+ and the rooms are awsome. If you can stay a night and enjoy this fine establishment you will not be let down. The food is great the location is great and the prices are worth the cost of admission.
On a warm summers eve with a loved one. This is one of Seattles best parks. Nature abound and lots of different flowers and fauna. A great place for a picnic or a nice boat ride. Located just outside the U district well worth the visit.
Want one of the best views in Seattle then start here. 360' of unobstructed view. A great place to watch the sunset. The ride up is worth the few bucks the view on a good day is worth a million located in the Seattle center there is also fine dinning. I would not suggest it because the view is what you pay for the food is subpar and expensive.
The selection is great and there are lots of great second hand college books for people who wish to brush up on past knowledge. Located in the heart of the UW this place is also great people watching. They also offer a lots of other knowledge related items for the hungry brain.
Stired chocolate, mint on the rocks off the rocks with an olive onion and any number of colorful varations. Seattle's best Martini and I would say that title fits this place. My Martinis than you can shake a celery stick at this is the place for Martini lovers world wide.
This is the place if you want that Seattle flavor. It was founded by one of the city leaders way back in the day when Seattle was a gold town. The bar has reasonable drink prices and a lot of colorful people. It is very happening on Friday and Sat. The Underground tours start from here.
If you are looking to enrich your cultural understanding of the Pacific rim this is one of the first stops you should make. There are not a lot of fancy things just a lot of colorfui history of Seattle's asian heritage. Located in ID just south of downtown.