Quote of the Month:

“Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” — John Muir

Central Seattle

Myrtle Edwards and Centennial Parks
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 28 July 2017

Myrtle Edwards and Centennial Parks are just two beautiful segments (out of so many) constituting the Seattle Waterfront. 

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Day Street Park
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 20 August 2015

Day Street Park is really easy to be found as it’s located in the central part of Seattle, just under the I-90 bridge.

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Louisa Boren Lookout 9
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 13 August 2015

East Portal Viewpoint is one more jewel in the crown of the Seattle’s park system. As the name hints us, this viewpoint is situated in Baker Mountain, just over the east portal of the I-90 bridge.

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Louisa Boren Lookout 9
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 13 August 2015

Seattle is reach in parks and lookouts, which are sometimes located in such a way that not even every local resident, living there for years, knows about their existence. They are scattered around the concrete desert of the city like tiny oases of greenery.

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Sam Smith Park 9
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 07 August 2015

Hearing about the Sunset Hill Park for the first time and trying to imagine it you would probably think about an adorable green park located on the hillside with a lot of trees and flowers, a lot of pathways winding around it, and a great view opening at the sunset time.

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Sam Smith Park 9
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 06 August 2015

Kobe Terrace Park is a wonderful place to relax or just to stay alone with yourself and think, as lack of crowds can be named one of its main features, so no one will distract you.

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Sam Smith Park 9
Parent Category: Seattle
Created: 05 August 2015

Situating in the center of Downtown Seattle, Freeway Park becomes a great recreation place for employees and residents of downtown area. It’s also one of the most popular places in Seattle for tourists to visit.

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