Well folks, here you have it: the last of my Seattle pictures. Click here and here for my other recaps. I can’t believe it’s almost been a month since I got back – where does the time go? In case you need a reminder, I (re) fell in love with Seattle. I mean, you can’t beat these ↑ ↓ views.
I wasn’t originally planning to climb to the top of the Space Needle, but I was able to buy a combined Chihuly Garden and Glass + Space Needle Ticket for a reasonable price.
By the way, going to the top of a tourist attraction is a little awkward when you’re alone. And let’s not talk about how I temporarily lost all of my inhibitions and took a selfie at the top ← the lack of oxygen must have gotten to my head 😉
The top of the Space Needle offered a gorgeous 360° view of the city. It was a little cloudy the day I went ← no surprises there, huh? Despite the mediocre weather, the view was great!
If you haven’t been to Seattle and you’re on the fence about climbing to the top of the Space Needle, I would skip it. Yes, the view was breathtaking, but there wasn’t anything unique about it. I think the Top of the Rock in NYC or the balcony of the Kennedy Center in DC have better views.
Another cool spot we visited was the lobby of the Seattle Art Museum. Unfortunately, they were closing shortly after we arrived so we couldn’t look around, but next time I am in Seattle, I will make sure to visit again.
↑ Back to the Future light-up cars
↑ Portrait #1 outside of the museum
The museum lobby had a photo booth that was free to use. Erin and I were completely joking around when we took this photo, but I had to share it anyway because the effect is kind of cool! She’ll probably kill me if she’s reading this 😉
Could this girl get any more beautiful? I mean, sheesh! And she’s even more beautiful on the inside, if that’s even possible. Thanks, Erie for a great trip!
Favorite Seattle SpotsCafe Umbria (coffee) Cupcake Royale (cupcakes) ← although, I have to say that DC’s got Seattle beat 🙂 Oliver’s Twist (cocktails) Rachel’s Ginger Beer (ginger beer floats) The Walrus and the Carpenter (oysters)