Seattle is a beautiful city. They claim it rains all the time in Seattle but that's not been my experience.
We spent 24 hours in Seattle, a city that always calls me back.
The most famous landmark is the Space Needle, built for the 1962 World's Fair. This is the view from our hotel roof. It will reappear in many photos.
Mama's Mexican Kitchen, the door was only the beginning of the magical decor which included an "Elvis" room. Great waitstaff and yummy food made it a worthwhile stop.
Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum at the Seattle Center, just amazing.
Oh look, there's that Space Needle again!
My favorite shot of the Space Needle, reflected in the EMP (Experience Music Project) Museum.
View of Puget Sound from our hotel room
Pike Place Market
In honor of my two sisters.
I love these two girlfriends enjoying a spring evening
Sunset on the waterfront
Early morning at the market
Pioneer Square is the birthplace of Seattle. Laying claim as the city's “first neighborhood", Pioneer Square is a richly historic place known for its Renaissance Revival architecture, another quirky neighborhood.
View of Puget Sound from the top of the Smith Tower
Smith Tower shadows
Smith Tower Chinese Room
Street Art on the way out of town