It rains about 9 months out of the year. The rest of the year it's so hot there are forest fires galore. I was born and raised here and I'm moving to California as soon as I can afford it.
Speaking of money, it's extremely expensive to live here. The people are super unfriendly on the streets. Especially if they can tell you're not from around here. I've unfortuneately found myself doing the same thing more and more recently.
I pay over a grand a month for a small studio. The buses always make me late for work. And the drivers here are atrocious.
The lattes however will make you stay forever. And once you find your niche(if you ever do) you'll probably never leave.
If you move to Seattle, don't expect it to be grand. Good luck.
Oh shit man, its the sun, it show's like once year in Seattle.
A seahawk eye-view of the I-90, Mercer Island and Lake Washington from high above the eastside of Seattle.
A seagull eye-view of Museum of Flight beside the runaway at Boeing Field
Another view from the deck of the Space Needle
beautiful downtown Seattle
Alaskan Way Viaduct
Seattle seen from the Space Needle
Downtown Seattle at night
Pike Place Market in Seattle
looking up at the Seattle skyline
city of Seattle
Downtown Seattle, seen from the ferry.
It also happens to be a haven to people with -all- interests and styles of life, as shown by another definition to Seattle.
And ohh yeah, we're smart, too.
Home of the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Safeco Field/Seahawk Stadium, Boeing Field, and some great views out into the mountains, especially Mt. Rainier.
See also Seatown, Emerald City, and Rainy City.
2. The fittest city in America
3. One of the smartest Cities in America
It is best known for:
"Grunge, Cappachino, and Heroin"-from the book Kurt Cobain...
and it is also known for Bill gates's existance and lots of rain!
Good things come out of seattle too...LIKE NIRVANA WAHOO!