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May Day Protest 2017
Why choose to visit the Terracotta Warriors? The love of history and discovery! The warriors were found in 1974 buried underground! Definitely, was worth the visit without having to travel to China...although that is still not out of the question. ;-) This is a traveling exhibit, so it is no longer in Seattle.
There is so much to see and do in Seattle, my short time there, definitely wasn't long enough. This visit happened during the May day protests of 2017, which in itself proved to be enlightening, because I had never witnessed a protest before and all the police effort that goes into it, not to mention, the protestors. Seattle is known for its cloudy and rainy skies, so my visit wasn't without it, however, life is too short to let the weather dictate what we can and can not do, right? So let's explore!
Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor Exhibit
A view from the top of the Space Needle!
Seattle Space Needle
The Seattle Space Needle looks over Seattle and at one time was the tallest structure west of the Mississippi. Of course, now, it is a unique element to Seattle's skyline and history. It also has many visitors from all over the world!
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Artist- Dale Chihuly
Chihuly glass can be found all over the world with different exhibits. The process that is involved is amazing, unique, artistic, and so are the many exhibits. So far, I have seen three different exhibits and they are all worth seeing! The glass is so vibrant and can often be found in gardens which brings incredible design and colors to them. Definitely worth visiting anytime you get to!
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