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Category Archives: Tours
This is the final profile of a four-part series of Seattle neighborhoods that are somewhat off the beaten track (i.e., Downtown and Pioneer Square will not be featured, sorry guys!). This installment is a guest post from Raleigh Briggs: Greenwood resident, … Continue reading
A new series on the Localist blog, this is the first of four profiles of Seattle neighborhoods that are somewhat off the beaten track (i.e., Downtown and Pioneer Square will not be featured, sorry guys!). Due to extensive coverage of … Continue reading
Readers here may recall a couple mentions of the Tap into Georgetown: Beer, Art and History on the Banks of the Duwamish tour that took place earlier this month. We had a great time exploring the neighborhood that was once … Continue reading
The rumors are true: Localist is hosting a free public tour of the Georgetown neighborhood on Saturday, March 3, 2-4pm. And you are cordially invited to participate! What can you expect on this tour? Well, we’ll take in the industrial, commercial and … Continue reading
Final Stop: International District Post Office So, if the downtown Seattle Post Office is a harbinger of modernism in the Emerald City, what to say about the Post Office in the International District?
Third Stop: Downtown Seattle Post Office Maybe this is where all those displaced Queen Anne post Office customers will go now: The downtown Seattle Post Office on Third Ave between Union and University Streets. Just hop on Metro rte 13 … Continue reading