Seattle, WA, USA

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Seattle, WA, USA

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Renting a House in Seattle

Seattle is the largest city in Washington, and a seaport that is fast becoming the tech center of the U.S. The city is home to fascinating museums, exciting annual events and an endless amount of delicious eateries. When visiting, consider renting an apartment, house or condo, many of which include an outdoor grill, pool and internet access.

Food and Drinks

Seattle plays host to a wide range of restaurants and cafes that will suit any palette. Whether you're in the mood for seafood or simply want a cup of hot coffee, Seattle has everything you need.

The Walrus and The Carpenter

One of the best seafood restaurants Seattle is The Walrus and The Carpenter, a small oyster restaurant that includes such menu items as whole fried herring and steak tartare. Maple bread pudding and roasted medjool dates are sumptuous options for dessert.

Cafe Besalu

Cafe Besalu is a small cafe that serves savory pastries, quiche and biscuits. Their coffee options are exhaustive and their flaky and buttery croissants are some of the best in all of Seattle.


Because Seattle is largely surrounded by water, there are a lot of beaches and beach parks throughout the area that are perfect for relaxation and enjoying the sunny weather.

Madrona Beach

Madrona Beach is situated along the waterfront of Lake Washington, and offers numerous trails and picnic areas. This beach has a lot of shade and is perfect for anyone that wants to swim in relatively deep waters or fish for local game.

Matthews Beach Park

Matthews Beach Park is one of the more popular swimming beaches in Seattle. If you're visiting during the wintertime, the Polar Bear Plunge is held every New Year's Day. Whether you're looking to swim or have a barbecue with some friends, the beach has a lot to offer.

Outdoor Activities

Seattle is a large city that plays host to many fun and adventurous outdoor activities to participate in. These activities range all the way from whale watching to hiking.

Woodland Park Zoo

The Woodland Park Zoo is a sprawling zoological garden that is home to a variety of exhibits and wild animals. This zoo hosts nearly 1,100 species of animals, including everything from the Snow Leapord and Patas Monkey to the Golden Silk Spider and Komodo Dragon. Many different types of trees and flora are also on display.

Evergreen Escapes Seattle Day Tours

Evergreen Escapes Seattle Day Tours are the perfect solution for experiencing all that the city has to offer. There are six different day tours available to visitors, which include the Mount Rainier Tour, Olympic National Park Tour, Mt. Saint Helens National Monument Tour, Woodinville Wine Tour, Soar and Explore Tour and Brews and Bulbs Tour. Each of these offer spectacular sights to see and things to do.


The weather in Seattle consists of a mild, Oceanic climate that makes way for warm and dry summers, as well as cool and rainy winters. Average highs during the hottest summer months reach into the mid 70's, while average highs during the winter dip to the mid 40's. The best time of the year to visit the area would be in the late spring months and early fall months, as precipitation is at its lowest and temperatures are crisp and comfortable.

How to Get There

There are numerous transportation options available for those that are traveling to Seattle. Visitors that prefer a luxurious and comfortable ride should consider a rental car or private car. If you're flying to the city, the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport services most of the Pacific Northwest region. Public transportation, such as a bus or shuttle, is also available when in the city.

Attractions In and Around Seattle (and vicinity)

First time in Seattle (and vicinity) and looking for things to do? Local attractions include Space Needle, Seattle Great Wheel and Woodland Park Zoo. Don’t miss landmarks such as Columbia Center and Seattle Center and unique cultural highlights like Museum of Pop Culture and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall.

You could easily spend a day shopping at Nordstrom, Pike Place Market and Northgate Mall. Don’t forget to buy tickets if you want to attend a game or event at CenturyLink Field or Safeco Field. Also while in town, consider a visit to popular places like Washington State Convention Center and Husky Stadium.