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Amazing to find this little alcove of waterfalls and pretty flowers in the middle of the city! I love coming to visit this place and always want to stay longer than we have time for. There are tables and chairs and benches so you can...More
The location is the former headquarters of UPS. They took the land and converted it to a lovely waterfall park with patio seating. It’s lovely, peaceful and a nice place to picnic or rest while touring the area. A must see!
We fitted this in to our ‘own’ walking tour of the city. It is a lovely place that is marking history as the first site of UPS! Just a nice place to visit and sit for a few minutes in the madness that a city...More
Nestled in between the International District and Occidental Square, I only stopped for 10 minutes to give my legs some rest, but WOW, what a wonderful space in the city. It was calming to my senses and blocked out the city noise. I'd imagine this...More
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I doubt you will find street parking easily - for any size vehicle. Seattle is very congested and we ended up always having to park in a parking garage. If you are an early riser, you can get a better price in some garages... More
I doubt you will find street parking easily - for any size vehicle. Seattle is very congested and we ended up always having to park in a parking garage. If you are an early riser, you can get a better price in some garages if you are in by 9 a.m. Good luck!
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Saluda, North Carolina
Help with Seattle/Vancouver Itinerary – 7 Days in March 2014 (2 Replies)
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December 04, 2013|
Thank you David :)
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June 30, 2009|
Glad you had a great time, and thanks for the report.
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