on March 7, 2010
Travelling alone has its disadvantages, especially when trying to navigate a city with so many one way streets as Seattle. But I did manage to see lots of coffee shops and the Market on the way to the Space Needle. I couldn't find any available parking near it, so I did the valet parking. The valets were very courteous and helpful, and it only cost $12. The Space Needle trip to O deck was an additional $16.The views were worth the price of admission. The Space Needle easily allowed views of Puget Sound, the ferries, lots of downtown Seattle, even a sea plane making a landing on Lake Washington. But just enough clouds hid Mt. Baker and Mt. Ranier from this trip.
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