I think I have a good idea of what I want to do on my four day/three night trip to Seattle as far as touring and sightseeing now. I still don't have the specific times and days, but know that I want to wander around Pike's Place Market more than once, just looking around, shopping and maybe eating lunch.
I plan to take the monorail to the Seattle Center and see the Needle, but don't think I'll pay that much to go up, so I think I might try the view from Smith Tower. At the center, what do you think of the glass house exhibit?
For the water view, I'm considering the ferry to Bainbridge Island; probably go over and turn around and come back. But I do have a question about the tour around the lake and the locks- if I take the tour that goes by the Sleepless in Seattle houseboat, does that trip include seeing the fish swimming upstream?
I'm going to take the coffee crawl tour; I think I can learn about the city and at the same time enjoy some great coffee. I wanted to take the chocolate dessert tour as well, but it is also a mid day time tour (both are around the noonish hours and think the dessert tour would be more appropriate around tea time or in the evening).
Any ideas for days and times? Any ideas I've not thought about? (Ps. No car)