Seattle offers its travelers a memorable visit, with opportunities to golf, sail, ski, kayak, camp and hike, as well as urban pleasures like world-class restaurants, stylish shopping, luxurious hotels and vibrant nightlife. Even on a rainy day you will find something to do: visit The Harvard Exit, one of Seattle’s many historic movie theaters. Catch the latest independent film or find an installment of the Seattle International Film Festival playing at this beautiful, cozy and inviting theater.
Granite Curling Club is the only dedicated curling facility on the west coast, so grab a drink from the bar and get ready to throw some stones. Take your friends with you so you'll never be short of sweepers. From fall until spring, the GCC host tournaments and is available for rental throughout the season. Leagues form for all ages and skill levels.
And with so much to do when it does rain, Seattle remains one of the most breathtaking, culturally alive, fun and downright friendly cities.
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