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If you happen to take one of the ferries out of Pier 52, then you can see a unique view of Seattle. It’s really quite breathtaking. I would say to try to head over to one of the other islands during the day and then back at night, and you can see the skyline during both times.over 6 years ago
The last time I went to seattle, I went by the puget sound, and I used to be afraid of heights, but I decided to go parasailing. It was a truly beautiful experience, and I was in the sky while the sun was setting on the puget sound and I could see Mt. Rainier in the distance. I would highly reccomend parasailing here, it was possibly the longest most beautiful 10 minutes Ive ever had.over 6 years ago
One of the many boating docks on the Port Orchard side of Puget Sound is an ideal place to take your dog to play chuck-it off leash if you pay attention. The sandy side of the dock past the fence line is private property though I have seen many people walking along the waterfront. The other side of the docks is more rocky (which have cut my labs toes up before, though he is oblivious if we have a ball) and is also private propert a little ways down. Sometimes the homeowners are cranky, but for the most part if you mind your manners and clean up after your dog, everything is fine.over 6 years ago
The best way is either by ferry between Seattle and Bremerton, or via the Victoria Clipper, between Seattle and Victoria.
You can rarely go wrong travelling anywhere within the sound by water — outside a really monochromatic grey rainy day with high swells perhaps.
Travelling north on the Sound near the Olympic Mtns. is the best. It’s not uncommon (though not common by any means) to encounter a pod of orcas along the way.over 7 years ago
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