The view out of my hotel room at the Sheraton downtown Seattle.
The gorgeous tree-lined 5th avenue.
The world famous Pike Place market, a must-visit when traveling to Seattle.
Ready to Serve
Fresh seafood. Fresh seafood everywhere.
The the rear of Pike Place Market looking towards Puget Sound.
Pike Place Market, at the corner of PIke and Pike.
At the back of the Pike Place Market looking towards the waterfront with the docks in the background.
Hustle and Bustle
The first floor main hall of Pike Place Market.
The first and original Starbucks coffee shop, right across from Pike Place Market.
Pike St. Hillclimb. Seattle, Washington.
The View From High Up
I took this picture whilst perched up riding on the Seattle Great Wheel. One can see Safeco Field and Century Link Field in the background.
The View From High Up II
The other side.
Spot the Needle
The first glimpse of the famed Space Needle.
Taking the ferry to Bainbridge is a great way to then take photographs of the Seattle waterfront/skyline while on the boat.
Farewell for Now
As we leave port on the Bainbridge Ferry.
Wonder if the bottom of Puget Sound is indeed sandy.
The Tranquil Life
I wouldn't mind retiring to a place like this.
The Bainbridge Island ferry terminal.
Needle in the Sky
Seattle's icon, the Space Needle.
I'm glad Seattle's famous rain held off during the time I was there.
Outside of the Space Needle, nothing of Seattle's skyline particularly stands out.
On the Bainbridge Ferry.
An interesting street with lightbulbs strung across it throughout. Shame I didn't catch this during night time.
Looking at the train tracks at King Street Station, adjacent to Century Link Field.
Looking up at the icon before I make the trip to the observation deck.
The view of downtown Seattle on the Space Needle observation deck.
I am an old lighthouse.
Puget Sound from the Space Needle observation deck.
Photos from Seattle, the jewel of the Pacific North West.