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Seattle: parques e natureza

Monumento / ponto turístico
“Since its construction for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle has become both an internationally recognized icon and Seattle’s most popular attraction. Distance - 3.8 miles”
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“This park is home to the crumbling ruins of an old Gasification plant, but is also an amazing lookout point on Lake Union.”
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“A small park with a great view of downtown. Excellent photo opportunity to get your picture with the skyline, Space Needle, and on clear days Mt. Rainier”
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Canal Lock
“This park hosts a botanical garden, a small museum, a “fish ladder”, and the Locks themselves- a manmade engineering marvel that works sort of like a boat elevator.”
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Outros "Vida ao Ar Livre"
“A former naval base, the park is a network of trails, beach, open fields, and a bluff looking over the Sound and Olympic mountain range ”
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“Our closest beach. A great spot, especially in the fall when the trees backstopping the beach prove the park’s namesake. ”
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Jardim de esculturas
“Take the time to visit the Olympic Sculpture Park, an outdoor extension of the Seattle Art Museum that’s open to the public for free about a mile away at the waterfront.”
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“Good for running or walking and water activities such as canoeing. Can be crowded on nice days.”
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“That’s right- a beach in Seattle! Great views of the Sound and downtown, wildlife, volleyball games, and a great trail”
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“Volunteer Park is a large rolling wooded park nestled next to some of the most gorgeous historic homes in Capitol Hill! Bring a blanket and take a nap in the fields with a variety of Seattleites, read a book under a tree, check out the Volunteer Park Conservatory with an impressive variety of plants and flowers (weird hours check website), run or pace yourself to the top of the water tower for 360 views of the city and if you get lucky you can run across weekend events of all kinds on the outdoor stage (or check the website ahead of time if your're not feeling super lucky :). We've come across Shakespeare plays, latin dance performances and multicultural fairs just by chance! ”
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“This beautiful historic park with both woods and waterfront, is within walking or biking distance of the apt. Colman Pool, a seasonal outdoor public Olympic sized salt water pool is accessed by walking or biking (no car access) through the park or along the waterfront at the edge of Puget Sound with sweeping views. Lots of free parking at various lots by the park.”
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Botanical Garden
“230-acre nature preserve that includes all sorts of trails and a Japanese garden”
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“There's a festival or event here practically every weekend. Check www.seattlecenter.com for the calendar.”
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“Pioneer Square is “Seattle’s Original Neighborhood”. The neighborhood is built around a cobblestone triangular plaza, composed of dozens of stone and brick buildings in the late-Victorian Romanesque architecture style. There are sights and memorials such as the enormous Tlingit totem pole, the bust of Chief Seattle, and Smith Tower. This historic area has been restored in the past decades to host a vibrant music, art, shopping, and dining scene in addition to the historical events and tours.”
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“-Trails for running and hiking. -Cross the bridge over the railroad tracks to the beach. -Small but fun playground. ”
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Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“Although it was only built in 2012, the Seattle Great Wheel has quickly become a fixture of the city’s skyline—plus it adds an entirely new sightseeing perspective, thanks to its location perched on the end of Pier 57. Enjoy three revolutions around in one of the air-conditioned gondolas to see the city, water, and mountains on the horizon.”
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