Last weekend we went for a long walk around the city. Typically, we limit our walks to First Hill, Capitol Hill and Downtown for both convenience and safety. But to take advantage of the nicer weather, we decided to explore through the International District and Pioneer Square; neighborhoods I don’t particularly like walking through alone. One of our stops included the Waterfall Garden Park in Pioneer Square. The architecture itself screams 1987 (in my opinion), but the foliage is green and fresh. One question I’m still thinking about is whether the water “stops running” because the park is loud and located adjacent to the windows of an apartment building. Regardless, it is nice to see this place break up the brick and mortar blocks of one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods.
Note: I strongly advise that you don’t wear sandals here. It gets wet and slimy (twss).