Seattle, Washington
-- A Significant Center for Regional Performing Arts --

This is Seattle, the beautiful city that is situated in front of Mount Rainier, the snow-capped mountain that hovers behind it peacefully in the background. The city of Seattle is known for mild climates and its cultural and sporting events. Located 113 miles from the Canadian border Seattle is situated in State of Washington on the Puget Sound. It is surrounded by mountains and also by water. Affordable housing and an abundance of shops and dining experiences make this a very favourable area to live and to visit.

Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is located in the U.S. state of Washington between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, nearly 108 miles (174 km) south of the United States–Canadian border in King County, of which it is the county seat.

The city has a full array of Art and Cultural events, exhibits and great Seattle tourist attractions . With the scenery that is famous for the Seattle area you'll be more than pleased to spend some of you precious time wandering about the city. Make sure on your visit you go to the Seattle Space Needle and the various other attractions you won't want to miss. You'll also want to make time to see the Safeco Field. With this being one the most desirable cities to live in America you will come to see why so many people call Seattle their home.

Seattle Top 10 Attractions - One of the first things you need to do when you arrive in Seattle is to go to the Space Needle and take your time seeing all this building has to offer. An experience you will not soon forget. After that please visit the Pike Place Market for a great afternoon of shopping and dining. Another day you'll wish to see the Sofeco Field and garner all of its possibilities.

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WA Seattle Ferry
Seattle has one of the most magnificent, awe-inspiring seaports in the world. The views are spectacular; the popular Summer Nights at the Pier concerts play at sublime Pier 62/63. The Seattle Aquarium, the Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center are also here. The old streetcar clangs along the length of the waterfront, and the green spaces of Myrtle Edwards Park take over from the concrete mayhem at the northern end.
Seattle City View
Seattle downtown skyline is highlighted by the Space Needle, which towers 605 feet (184 meters) above the Seattle Center.

Corporate home to Microsoft and and birthplace of heavyweights Boeing, United Parcel Service, Costco, and Starbucks Coffee. Seattle is commonly referred to as the Emerald City and highly regarded as one of the best places anywhere to work, live and play.

Seattle Downtown
Downtown is the central business district of Seattle, Washington. It is fairly compact compared to other city centers on the West Coast because of its geographical situation: hemmed in on the north and east by hills, on the west by Elliott Bay, and on the south by reclaimed land that was once tidal flats. Downtown Seattle is rapidly growing with a number of high-rises going up with the majority of them residential. There is no sign that the growth will stop for the time being.
Space Needle in Seattle
Your adventure begins with a 41-second journey skyward in one of three glass elevators. At the newly remodeled 520-foot Observation Deck, you will discover indoor and outdoor viewing and scenery that is absolutely breathtaking.
Museum of Flight Seattle Boeing
There was a time in your life when "flight" was about dreams and imagination, not delays and hassles. At The Museum of Flight, it still is. Just ten minutes from downtown Seattle, the magic of flight lives on, and it's yours to rediscover. The Museum has acquired a British Airways Concorde-the only one on the West Coast! Concorde arrived in true style setting a new world's record time from New York to Seattle.
Seattle Boeing: SR-71 spy plane
The Museum of Flight in Seattle is the only place where civilians can sit in the cockpit of a U.S. SR-71 spy plane. It's also where a pioneering fighter aircraft, a 1914 Italian Caproni, is displayed after having been walled up in a monastery for more than a half-century. Trenner says to start your tour in the Red Barn, "where William E. Boeing took his first steps to becoming one of the world's aerospace giants." Check out historic Lear jets and the Concorde.
Seattle City Night
Downtown Seattle's Columbia Center has a greater number of floors than any other building west of the Mississippi River, at seventy-six, though there are taller buildings in Texas and California by height. (Smith Tower, in the older section of Downtown near the waterfront, once held the title of tallest American building west of the Mississippi.) Other notable buildings are the Washington Mutual Tower, Two Union Square, Nordstrom's flagship store, Benaroya Hall, the new Seattle Central Library designed by Rem Koolhaas, and an expanded art museum, the main facade of which was designed by Robert Venturi.
Seattle Cascade Mountain
Downtown has a very modern skyline of glass skyscrapers that can be seen across the bay. The city now has a restored old center, an acclaimed arts scene with amazing movie and music industries. There are many excellent food and coffee houses, as well as a great selection of seafood restaurants.

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