Quiet Places To Relax In Seattle

Quiet Places To Relax In Seattle

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Looking to escape from the city buzz? Relax and chill for a while by heading to these quieter locales in Seattle.

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    Many Seattle neighborhood maps to choose from including these. -- Metsker Maps via Foursquare
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    Obsessed. This place uses finely ground tea leaves and pull it through an espresso machine. By far, the best rooibos tea lattes and cappuccinos I've ever had. I would drink this over coffee any day. -- Joanna C. via Foursquare
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    One of my fav places to people watch on sunny days... parking isn't easy and it does get crowded. You're likely to overhear a few stories from the previous night's outings. -- Anisa Ghadrshenas via Foursquare
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    With its lush green spaces, its breathtaking Japanese Garden and its abundance of rare trees, plants and flowers (more than 40,000 species), it is one of the brightest jewels in the Emerald City. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Try the Blue Hawaii tea when you stop by here. Wonderful white tea with a hint of coconut. It's perfect iced! Pair up with their cucumber tea sandwich. Divine! -- Valentina Vitols via Foursquare
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    Take a run from Cormorant Cove through Alki Beach, cut back up California Way, stretch and enjoy the view at Hamilton Park, then retrace your steps on the way back! -- Regan Cannon via Foursquare
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    Small selection of best selling and new books, as well as Amazon branded electronics and some toys. Very much like the Barnes & Noble it replaced ;) -- Hunter Thomas via Foursquare
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    There are some great Japanese knitting books here, with great photos. You don't have to know Japanese to follow the patterns; they are in a symbolic language that anyone can learn to follow. -- W. Dunlap via Foursquare
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    The outside loop is always less crowded, so you don't have to dodge all the walkers. And most of it's dirt instead of pavement, so it's not as hard on your knees. -- Jessica Harris via Foursquare
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    Not only is this a great place for flavorful iced and hot tea, you can also get beautiful, healthy, and delicious food at Teavana Tea Bar. -- Madeline Moy via Foursquare
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    Stand at the corner of 5th and Spring, across from the library, to capture the entire building. A reflection of the sunset on the building is possible from late spring to early summer. -- Windows Live Photo Gallery via Foursquare
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    This two-and-a-half-mile strip of sandy beach is one of the most popular beaches in the area, and it was also where Seattle's first non-Native American settlers spent their first winter. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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