This store is located in the University district and is a used clothing store. I wouldn't say that their selection of clothes is anything of interest, you would be hard-pressed to find anything worth buying here. However it is great for making some quick cash. If you have gently-worn clothes that you no longer wear and they are taking up space, why not make some extra cash off of them. Its basically the same concept as Platos Closet, however it seems when I have taken my clothes here they accept more of my items than at Platos closet. Its a little hard to find parking, but especially if you live in the area and can walk, it can be well worth your time.
This party superstore has it all. From gifts to decorations, literally anything even remotely party related can be found in this store. The store itself is really large and they change the decor to reflect the latest holiday. During Halloween they are stocked with tons of fun costumes to choose from and christmas this place is second only to the north pole.
This store is definately world class. It is one of the few stores that I know of in the Seattle area that carries designer names such as prada and gucci. They always have the latest and trendiest items in the store and a very professional and knowledgable sales staff. Having said all that, know that you get what you pay for. Don't expect anything cheap, or much in the way of sales, this is the store for the fashion savvy!
I lived in these apartments for a little over a year and really enjoyed my time here. I would have stayed, had I not needed to move to another city. The apartments are really nice with lots of newer features and very neutral colors that go with most every decor. The grounds are nicely maintained and the cabana offers a fitness center and tanning for free. The pool is also really nice, but sometimes filled with lots of children, although thats to be expected of any apartment. Overall a very nice place to live.
As far as I know this is the biggest christian bookstore in the area. The staff is very friendly and very helpful. They have a large music and book section. Whenever I am looking for a book from this particular genre, I know I can go here and if its not here they can help me get to it. They also have nice gifts and jewelry.
I locked my keys out of my car not too long ago and ended up calling this place based on their close proximity. But I received great customer service and next time know where to go if a similar situation arises again. They were quick and responsive to the fact that I needed to get to work and was in a time crunch. It didn't take but a second for them to get into my car and save the day! I actually recommended this palce to a friend who had this happen to her the other day, and she gave the same rave review.
The only other Jr. High in the area is quite some distance away so this is a fairly good sized school. The school itself is relatively new and is in great shape. The teachers are great and really seem to care about their students. They like to offer weekly schedule changes so that you don't have to have the same classes at the same time every day. Which adds a good variety but sometimes hard to remember what class you are actually supposed to be in. Overall, good quality school.
This school is roughly 10 years old and very new to the area. At the time it was built it was the most expensive school in the nation. The building itself is new and large, looking more like a small college than an actual high school. The teachers and programs are great. The school doesn't have a home room, they use a similar concept called "advisory" which allows time for homework and personal assistance with school related topics. Very state of the art!
This park seems to have been originally built for a very younger crowd, with its "enchanted" feel. They later added more rides, to attract a more mature group. However even these more excting roller coasters are not all that great and there are only a couple. The land that the park was built on is very densely covered by trees, which makes brings back that unique enchanted feeling. Its definately good for younger children, and pre-adults, but don't be expecting any rip-roaring fun from any of these rides.
I have been to The Moore Theatre twice. The first time was for a comedy show, where we had seats in the balcony. It was really steap, and it felt like you were a million miles away. The second time I was at least on the ground level, still relatively farther back, but being on the first level made such a difference. The Theatre itself is pretty old, but nicely reserved, and the entry-way is beautiful in its old world charm. A little suggestion, if you are of the age and would like a drink, they have a bar one floor down, that is not in the most obvious place. Its dark, but kind of cool and you feel like you are underground.