Last day in Seattle and I was bummed our trip was so short. We ate a quick breakfast at the Westin where we were staying and did some last minute shopping in the city. Then we grabbed lunch at Japonessa, the sister restaurant to Umi.
Like the good little tourists we are, Matt and I checked out the Space Needle. To be honest, while I know some people think the view is mediocre and that it’s overpriced, it was really a nice experience. Luckily we had really good weather so we could actually even see Mt. Rainier! Afterwards, you can walk downstairs where Chihuly has an exhibit. I had to dedicate one entire post on this exhibit because the artwork is amazing! It’s an exhibit […]
Hang out in the east side of town where you can grab some brunch at Americana. After checking out the stores nearby, walk around the park. Molly Moon’s ice cream is sososo good and you can smell the fresh waffle cones from outside the store. You’ll be amazed at how much ice cream they give you! Right around the corner, there is the Elliot Bay Book Company where you can spend hours going through paper books (which in this digital […]
Seattle is a beautiful city with such amazing food. Be a tourist and explore Pike Place Market. The seafood, crafts, and specialty shops are fun to check out. If you’re in the ultra tourist mode, check out the Underground Tour. It’s a great little guided tour about Seattle’s history, which actually is pretty interesting. As the title suggests, you actually go underground, which is pretty cool because you can see people walking above you through the old glass sidewalks.