Banya 5. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Bloedel Reserve. Chinatown. Chihuly Garden and Glass. EMP Museum. Flip Flip Ding Ding. Flying Heritage Collection. Lake View Cemetery. Living Computers Museum + Labs. Museum of Communications. Museum of Flight. Pacific Science Center. Salon of Shame. Seattle Comedy Improv Club. Seattle Japanese Garden. Seattle Pinball Museum. Shorty Arcade. Underground Tour. Whirlyball. Blue Moon. Egan's Ballard Jam House. Ezell's Famous Chicken. Fremont Sunday Ice Cream. What a fantastic way to see Seattle on an incredible sunny day. The sky was blue, sun was shining on our backs, and a light breeze on our face as we leisurely guided through Lake Union. The captain provided a great guided tour, gave us some history, and served us ice cream.
I would definitely go back. It was a great bargain at $11 a person for a 45min tour of the lake. This is one of the gems of the Seattle tourist scene. Full Tilt Ice Cream. Hale's Brewery. In the early 1980's I found myself living in England, and had the good fortune to begin my brewing education at a 150 year-old brewery - Gale's Ales, in Horndean. After returning to the great Northwest I opened my first brewery in Colville, Washington, on July 4, 1983. Since that first brew over 30 years ago Hale's Ales has built breweries in Kirkland, Spokane, and here in Seattle. Throughout that time Hale’s has continued to be owned and operated as an independent brewery, longer than any other in the Pacific NW. Our goal has always been to stay true to the original idea of a “microbrewery”: to produce and serve fresh, locally brewed ales of the very finest quality.
We strive to be conscientious about our environment in many ways. Solar panels are used to heat the water for brewing and pub operations. Thanks for checking us out -- when you come by to see the Brewery or visit the Pub we'll do our best to make your experience the best it could be. -- Mike Hale. Pink Door. Theo Chocolate. Wayward Coffeehouse. Belfry Oddities & Collectibles. Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery. Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery 1201 South Vale Street (at Airport Way S.) Seattle, WA 98108 Mon. – Sat 11:30 – 8 Sun 11:30 – 5 Call for holiday hours 206-557-4910 If you live in or plan to visit the great Pacific Northwest, be sure to visit our very own storefront, simply called the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery, in the happenin’ Seattle neighborhood of Georgetown.
The culmination of a years-long dream, the store opened in October 2006, with a grand opening celebration held on December 2 of that year (and swinging anniversary parties each year thereafter). The store contains everything Fantagraphics has in print (as well as our adult imprint Eros Comix), including exclusive merchandise, plus a selection of the best alternative comics from our fellow publshers and other surprises! It also houses our hallowed Damaged Room, featuring heavily discounted and often out-of-print books unavailable anywhere else. Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co. Melrose Market. Pike Place Market. Ye Olde Curiosity Shop.