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The statue of Lenin on the corner should clue you in to the fact that everything about this neighborhood is alternative. Vegetarian cafes, eclectic shops, coffee houses, bookstores and street artists abound.
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Our young cousin told us we needed to visit the troll under the Fremont Bridge. My husband’s Aunt and Uncle have lived in Seattle more than 50 years and they’ve never seen it (it’s not 50 years old - but you get the idea).
Together with Ballard, one of the more interesting and quirky neighborhood of Seattle. In addition to the famous troll under the bridge and Fremont Brewery, Fremont is home to waterfront parks, pubs, cool shops and good restaurants. Free parking was easier to find than I...More
The Fremont neighborhood in Seattle is its traditional counter culture capitol.
Here is where there is a giant Troll sculpture, a statue of Lenin, the Center of the Universe sign, the Waiting for the Interurban statues and to top it off, The Solstice Festival -...More
If there is even a tiny bit of love of Fairy Tales or Hobbit or Magical Creatures, then you should go see the Fremont Troll. It's creepy and weird and mystical and I loved it. Much bigger in real life than what I expected from...More
After a $15 taxi ride we arrived at the bottom of the hill. We were greeted by the Trolls three metal goats. When viewing this iconic local Seattle sculpture, you will see unnecessary graffiti. It’s too bad there is not a Friends of the Troll...More
Luckily, we were headed this direction on the way to the ferry to Whidbey Island so it wasn't too hard to find. I wasn't sure we were going the right way once we got off the interstate, but we were, it is a little quirky...More
there is a center of town and if you're staying there then 'yes' you can get around. parts of Freemont are hilly. Seattle has good public trans and there is a stop in Freemont with a really cool sculpture. Also, be sure... More
there is a center of town and if you're staying there then 'yes' you can get around. parts of Freemont are hilly. Seattle has good public trans and there is a stop in Freemont with a really cool sculpture. Also, be sure to see Rapunzel's hair on the Freemont Bridge
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Spring Itinerary (8 Replies)
Planning a trip to Seattle /Victoria in the Spring. Open to suggestions. We are a young retired couple that loves travel, food, nature.... SEATTLE / VICTORIA Day #1 – Fly to Seattle: (Afternoon Evening Open) Day #2 – Seattle (Pikes Place, Waterfront, Wine Tour, Fremont Street?) Day #3 – Victoria Clipper to Victoria, BC:(Craigdarroch Castle?) Day #4 – Whale Cruise and Butchart Gradens Day #5 – Victoria Clipper to Seattle – Fly Home
November 17, 2011|
Hi Eddie ~ welcome to the forum. With your very short time frame, I think you've got your time filled. What is your question exactly? What do you need help with because "open to suggestions" really isn't enough to go on?