Historic glass conservatory filled with gorgeous exotic tropical plants and beautiful seasonal floral displays.
Post Tagged with: "Favorite City Parks"
Mt. Walker is densely covered with 100 year-old Douglas-fir, the ones that take your breath.
Multnomah Falls is unique and inspiring the way Half Dome and the Grand Canyon are; it needs to be seen as the gateway to something truly spectacular. You need to take the time to explore and discover the Falls and the Columbia River Gorge; you need to drive on both the Washington and Oregon sides because the geology and landscapes are amazingly different and each has its own unique story to tell.
The trail is 30 miles one way, 60 miles if you go to the end and come back. The trail is paved, relatively flat, and has multiple spots for breaks and bathroom stops.
Kubota Garden is a stunning 20 acre garden in south Seattle that blends Japanese garden concepts with that of the Pacific Northwest.
The Space Needle is an observation tower, an iconic landmark of the Pacific Northwest. It was built to be the crown jewel for the 1962 World’s Fair.
Cal Anderson Park: Rated One Of Americas Best City Parks Cal Anderson Park is a 20 minute walk from downtown Seattle and a 5 minute walk from Seattle Central Community College. The park includes a wonderful fountain (especially on those […]
How to Make Good Health Possible At Bargain Prices: Biking-Walking the East Lake Sammamish Trail The East Lake Sammamish Trail (map) is a mostly paved, 10 foot across, 15.21 mile recreational rail trail (there and back) in King County, Washington […]