Monday, January 16, 2012

Seattle view from Observation Deck, Columbia Center

Traveling at Seattle, Washington, USA will not complete without looking at the overview of Seattle from the observation deck at Space Needle or Columbia Center. I prefer to see the Seattle downtown from Columbia Center. Columbia Center is the tallest skyscraper in Seattle downtown. It is even taller than the major landmark icon, Space Needle. 

Columbia Center is an office tower thus, you are allowed to see the skyscrapers and its surrounding of Seattle downtown on weekdays (Monday to Friday) during office hours, between 8:30am to 4:30pm. You need to take two elevators (lifts) to the observation deck at 73rd floor. The entrance ticket costs US$5 per person, which is cheaper than visiting at Space Needle. Moreover, it is less crowded too. You can take your time to take tons of pictures from the observation floor. After that, you can make your way to grab some coffee at Starbucks on the 40th floor of Columbia Center, which is breathtaking to me :)

This is Columbia Center

The overview of Seattle

Seattle overview in HDR Painting effect

Different angle of Seattle overview in HDR Painting effect

CenturyLink Field Stadium is built for NFL football matches

The Space Needle

Space Needle is located near Seattle downtown

Washington State Ferries carry passengers and vehicles to islands from Seattle downtown

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