When it was built in 1914, the Smith Tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi. Though it lost that designation a mere 17 years later, the tower still captivates Seattle visitors with the Smith Tower Observation Deck. The open-air deck wraps around the tower's 35th floor and grants panoramic views of the city's modern downtown and Puget Sound. Seattle's gorgeous surrounding landscapes are visible from the tower as well, with the majestic peaks of Mount Rainer and the Olympic Mountain Range creating a stunning horizon. And the journey to the observation deck is a treat in and of itself. Passengers ride in one of the last manually operated elevators on the West Coast, which is caged in brass and copper in the style of the early 20th century. In the lobby itself, 22 Indian head sculptures watch over the onyx- and marble-paneled room, acting as precursors to the grandeur of the tower's top floors.
From New York, Griffa Black brings a blunt edge to tarot readings. She doesn?t skirt the details, but gets straight to the point with honesty. With 15 years of experience, she?s learned it?s the best means of communicating. That experience and her passion for the art also lead to her teaching tarot with comprehensive three-hour classes. At those sessions, she covers the history of tarot and instructs card reading while offering wine and snacks, fostering a relaxed, social atmosphere.
I provide mental health counseling and coaching well-suited for people going through grief, transitions, and change. While I do traditional psychotherapy at the master's level, I also provide coaching to help people get "unstuck" , whether that's weight loss, career changes, preparing for a new relationship, or exiting one.
Shotgun Ceremonies is the only "Vegas" style or quickie wedding chapel in Seattle! We offer legal weddings, vow renewals, pet weddings, private lap dance classes and more! Look for our bubble-blowing sandwich board sign on 1st Avenue in Pioneer Square!
Now that you and your brother have discovered the unique thrill of playing Battleship with real ships, you’ll need to buy some new game pieces. Today’s Groupon will let you scope out your options: For $11, you get a five-day pass to the Seattle Boat Show (a $24 value) at the Qwest Field Event Center and on South Lake Union. The boat show runs from Friday, January 29, until Saturday, February 6. Your Groupon will also include:
At MiiR, we believe in challenging the status quo. We believe in thinking differently about what we create and who it may impact. We do this by making our products highly functional, well designed while giving back to those in need. We decided to start by making great bottles with significant purpose behind them.