On my way to downtown Seattle from the airport via Link Light Trail
The famous Pike Place Market where there are…
…delicious looking fruits…
…and inexpensive flowers! My sister and I actually bought this dried flower bouquet for a soon-to-be bride.
Next to the Westlake Center, there were some rows of trees that were painted in bright blue. I heard the paint does not harm the trees, so no worries.
For our lunch, we decided to stop by Chinatown. We ate at a restaurant called Red Lantern!
I really loved their tea because it was not a typical jasmine tea that you would usually get at a Chinese restaurant.
My dish was sweet & sour beef an my sister ordered the ma-po tofu. Highly recommended!
The view by the Seattle’s Great Wheel. So calming and relaxing.
The Great Wheel–which I did not have a chance to get on.At a wedding reception… Such a cute little snack package for the guests.
Seattle, WA – Day 1 & 2
Ok, so these are just few photos out of a whole bunch! I really enjoyed my stay at City Hostel Seattle, which was located in downtown Seattle, so I had no need for rental cars. I wanted to visit more places in Washington besides Seattle, but I didn’t have much time to travel with public transportation. The weather was not too hot and not too cold, which was perfect. Thank you, Seattle, for the warm welcome!