These are a collection of photographs from my brief visit to Seattle, Washington. There’s definitely plenty to see and do on the streets of downtown Seattle, I only wish I had more time to walk around (oh well, I guess I’ll just have to come back).
A clever idea to display something for an event, projecting light onto a wall.
Of course I had to visit my favorite, Hard Rock Cafe, and pick up my usual keychain. I have 7 total so far: San Francisco, Orlando, Memphis, Las Vegas, Hollywood, San Diego, and now Seattle! I looked for a shirt or sweatshirt but I couldn’t find any new designs I didn’t already have.
A random sign on the street someone altered that kind of made me laugh.
So many amazing coffee shops in Seattle!
A little foreshadowing into what’s coming next… Canada!
The Seattle Great Wheel seen from Pike’s Place, I’m sure you can see the best of the city from the top.
The Seattle Art Museum building and signage.
This Post Alley sign makes me feel like I stepped into the 1940s.
Just as I have to always visit a Hard Rock Cafe when I travel somewhere, I too have to stop into a Harley-Davidson shop to pick up a shirt for my dad.
This mural covered the corner walls of a building on S Main Street and 2nd Avenue.
The cables above the streets reminded me of San Francisco.
To pass the time I had a lemon drop cocktail at the Lodge Sports Grille, growing more and more excited and nervous as I watched the clock tick by.