Oct. 24th, 2026 @ 06:35 pm
Google is sending Peter to Seattle this weekend, and, since I don't really want to just visit his apartment, I'm tagging along. I know this is awfully short notice, but does anyone in the area not have plans yet this weekend? Its been a long time since I've seen a lot of you!
Alternatively, does anyone have any good suggestions of things to do in Seattle?
dude. we're having a halloween party on saturday night. you should come!
|Date:||October 25th, 2006 12:54 am (UTC)|| |
Consider us there. I tried IMing you a bit ago.. I'll call you or Mark tomorrow sometime (I'm in calss all evening today :-P)
|Date:||October 25th, 2006 02:02 am (UTC)|| |
Wow... now I'm even MORE glad I ended up not having time to do a halloween party down here (I mean, not that you would neccessarily have been here, of course, just sayin') :->
|Date:||October 25th, 2006 08:18 am (UTC)|| |
I don't think there's so much to do in Seattle but..
-visit the new public library, it's amazing.
--take a cheap cruise to one of the islands along the puget sound and/or go to the top of the tallest building and have a look
--there's also a waterfall not too far east of Seattle that is pretty impressive.
|Date:||October 25th, 2006 06:13 pm (UTC)|| |
|(Link)|I don't think there's so much to do in Seattle but..
Really? Why do you think so? (Part of the reason I'm tagging along is that we're vaguely scoping out cities for long-term settlement)
|Date:||October 27th, 2006 06:21 am (UTC)|| |
there's always something going on in Seattle.
|Date:||October 30th, 2006 05:21 am (UTC)|| |
It's a nice city, but compared to San Francisco (my perspective) it's by no means a very vibrant or international city.
Hey, now. Seattle has a lot of character (whether or not you consider it vibrant or international). There's the standard touristy things like the Space Needle
, Pike Place Market
, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop
, and the Underground Tour
. There are also things like the Center of the Universe
(aka Fremont), or the Ballard Locks
, the Pacific Science Center
, or Northwest Trek
(though not technically in Seattle). If nothing else, Seattle is the place where Skid Row
(Road, really) originated!
I grew up 30 miles southeast of Seattle, so I'm not even the best source of its attractions. I should note, the lack of cultural sites in my lists above is only an indication of my ignorance.
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