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  • 11.

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    2101 N Northlake Way

    Gas Works Park is an example of urban renewal at its best. Take an old gas-processing plant that has outlived its usefulness, and transform it into something everyone can enjoy ...

  • 12.

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    8011 Fauntleroy Way SW

    Hidden away in the southern reaches of West Seattle, Lincoln Park in many respects is the ultimate archetype of a Seattle park. Big but not too big, woodsy but not too densely forested ...

  • 13.

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    85 Pike Street

    One of Seattle's most famous landmarks, Pike Place Market is the oldest continuously working public market in the country. Shop for fresh vegetables and fruits here or ...

  • 14.

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    219 2nd Ave S

    There's not much grass at Waterfall Gardens, but that won't bother you for long. The dominant materials in this Pioneer Square park are wood, concrete and water. It's like stepping into a ...

  • 15.

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    701 5th Ave

    This building doesn't have the tourist cache of the Space Needle, but it is higher by almost 100 meters and cheaper to enter by several dollars. The 941-foot ...

  • 16.

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    2300 Arboretum Dr E

    This 200-acre (80.93 hectare) park is a must-see for every Seattle visitor with even an hour of free time. With its lush green spaces, its breathtaking Japanese Garden (open 10a daily), and its abundance of rare trees ...

  • 17.

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    525 S Weller St

    Kinokuniya Book Stores has a huge collection of Japanese language books, as well as comics, Japanese music CDs and computer software. You will also find a selection of Japanese children's ...

  • 18.

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    1702 Alki Ave SW

    This two-and-a-half-mile strip of sandy beach is one of the most popular beaches in the area, and it was also where Seattle's first non-Native American settlers spent their first winter. In ...

  • 19.

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    7201 E Green Lake Dr N

    This artificial lake is home to a variety of geese, ducks and other wildlife. It is also popular with swimmers, runners, crew teams and cyclists ...

  • 20.

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    1554 15th Ave E

    Lakeview Cemetery is probably the most spectacular graveyard in the city. There aren't too many trees to obstruct the view, just a few to shelter mourners. Many of Seattle's pioneers are ...