a little corner park oasis with a huge waterfall, some smaller waterfall sculptures, and lots of tables and benches to sit and meditate, eat, visit, etc. Very clean. the back of an apt building overlooks it and i was thinking how wonderful it would be to live there with the sound of water. I found a pamphlet about this park and my husband and i walked over from the Pike's Mkt area where we were staying. i read it was donated by the founder of UPS in 1977 to the people of Seattle. we then discovered Pioneer Square around the corner which is a historical district full of landmarks and eclectic shops and restaurants.
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