Well, I’m rather pleased to say that the day before leaving Seattle, I finally made it to Gasworks Park. What a weird mix of industrial waste and beautiful scenery; I’d love to know who thought “hey, industrial waste’d make a great playground!”

Today was definitely the day to go, too – almost perfect colour saturation at the time we were there.

We hit the Troll on the way out, too, and got to watch some teenagers rehearsing Romeo & Juliet. It was cute; they looked sort of like Phantom of the Opera hit a weird discoglitter gang version of the Capulets and Montague’s.

To wrap up our night out, we had dinner at The Cellar, a cute little Italian restaurant on the back side of the Hill, on 10th. The food and service was excellent; my one complaint would have been the heat. And goodness, if you go, beware! That red velvet cake, although delicious, is actually a small mountain masquerading as a cake, and it’s gonna take at least three people to summit the damn thing!

1 Comment so far

  1. samantha (unregistered) on June 14th, 2006 @ 9:50 am

    I love the Cellar–I bring most of my visitors there. The owner is the nicest guy.

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