Message - Re: Swe. student looking for tips on interesting buildings to see in seattle

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Posted by  Brujenn on June 09, 2003 at 09:14:33:

In Reply to:  Swe. student looking for tips on interesting buildings to see in seattle posted by Emily Grandin on June 06, 2003 at 09:47:16:

You might enjoy some of the residential areas; Queen Anne hill, Green lake, Fremont. You live around old buildings, but there are still some interesting things like St. Lukes. Take the underground tour starting at Pioneer Square. I can't remember the name of the saloon where it starts, (there are signs, or ask) but it is entertaining and shows an interesting side of Seattle's building history. The 2 new sports stadiums are examples of a new direction. East Lake plaza - retail and open public space.

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