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Seattle daytrips

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I'll be in Seattle again for under 72 hours at the end of July. Two full days, leaving at 5:30 pm the third day (Monday).

I've been before and done most of the major things, including a side trip to Bainbridge.

I'd like to do a couple things again (Pike's Place, this time for happy hour/dinner; Columbia Center Starbucks; Olympic Sculpture Park). But, I'm wondering how to spend my two full days (well, until about 5 each day, then to happy hours/dinner!)

I'm thinking one day in Aiki beach, through water taxi. But what should I do the second? I loved getting out on the water. Maybe Bremerton? Or gardens, including Japanese, near the University of Washington?

I just feel like I should be out on the water, but I'm not sure much about Bremerton. Seems a bit sleepy. Another thought might be Tacoma, as I enjoy fine art museums. Or, maybe just staying closer and walking around Bellevue?

Thank you!

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