Tagged: Washington

Sky Scraper

I love visiting Seattle. Being there always feels like home to me. On this fine evening last fall, my wife and I took a walk to the Space Needle to catch a view of the city at night. It was the perfect evening to be towering over the city at the top of the Space []

Elephant Super Car Wash

The Elephant Super Car Wash was first established in 1951. The rotating Elephant sign is a very well known landmark to the residents of Seattle and lights up in beautiful bright neon colors at night. Seeing a car wash service in the middle of Seattle took me by surprise with the reputation they have for []

Pike Place Market

Most people who visit Seattle don’t realize that The Pike Place Market is more than a century old. The Market first opened for business on August 17, 1907 and is one of the main draws in the beautiful Emerald City. If you love fish, Pike Place Fish is the place to go. The original Starbucks []

5th Avenue, Seattle

Walking down 5th avenue in Seattle is a lot of fun with all the cool mom and pop shops, cafes, and restaurants. If you’re feeling courageous you can take a glass blowing class at the Seattle Glass Blowing Studio, or grab a bite to eat at the Opaline Bakery next door and watch the glass []

Kerry Park

As the sun sets over Puget Sound, the last direct sun light of the day reflects onto the Seattle skyline and gives the buildings a radiating glow that is absolutely stunning to experience. This happens only for a few minutes before the sun disappears beyond the horizon. Don’t plan on leaving right after the sun []

Blurred Lines

Seattle is one city I could keep going back to and never get sick of. If you go in the summer months, you’ll be greeted with the most beautiful blue skies, weather in the mid 70’s, and no humidity. It’s infamous for its rain and gloomy skies, but there’s certainly no shortage of character or []