Views from the Space Needle


I visited the Space Needle in Seattle last August.  The Space Needle is an observation tower and restaurant built in Seattle for the 1962 World’s Fair.  It reaches to 605 feet in height and offers sweeping views of Seattle, Mount Ranier, the Olympic Peninsula, and even into Canada.

I was fortunate to have a beautiful day with clear blue skies during my visit.  The restaurant rotates slowly and during my lunch I was able to go around about 3 times.   At lunch, the food was very good and considering the location I thought reasonably priced.  I had expected to pay more.  

Please enjoy the pictures of the views out the window from my table.  I highly recommend visiting when you travel to Seattle.  Thanks.  rk

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