Pioneer Square | In historic Pioneer Square, seek natural refuge in the shady courtyard of Waterfall Garden Park (S. Main St. and Second Ave. S.), with a waterfall cascading 22 feet (6.7 meters) over granite boulders into a tranquil Japanese pool below.
Washington National Cathedral. Honestly, one of the greatest sites in all of D.C. I STRONGLY recommend the Gargoyle Tour. And to think that you believed in separation of church and state! ;) http://www.nationalcathedral.org/
Union Station, by Gymken. Live in Pioneer Square: http://bluefernproperties.com/homes-for-sale-results/?propertyCategory=RES=true=2141=2312=2363=2406=2485=2514=2408=2387=2322=2152=2628=2324=2389=2649=2614=2483=2667=2328=2241=SFR%2CCND
A great then and now shot. The first photo comes from the Seattle Municipal Archives. Taken on June 21st 1961 the historic Seattle Hotel ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seattle_Hotel ) was in the process of being destroyed. Today, a parking garage stands in its place.