The weather was wonderful and traffic around the sports arenas was light so it was a great day to walk in the Pioneer Square and Industrial neighborhoods (with a detour into the International District to fill in missed streets). Including walking to and from the bus, I walked 10 miles but this included walking a few streets multiple times looking for ways to walk east/west.
Once I realized that some streets are elevated and that I should climb the ramp at S Royal Brougham Way to get to the street between CenturyLink and Safeco Fields, east/west walking became a lot easier.
CenturyLink Field had sculptures
Sounders game before too long.
King Street Station which is being renovated. Outside, is an Egyptian sculpture (to advertise the King Tut Exhibit currently at the Pacific Science Center);
restoration website implies that this will not be the final result.
Union Station was renovated in 1999 and looks much nicer both outside
Seattle Unit of the Klondike Gold Rush Historical National Park (2nd and Jackson) - well worth a return visit,
Seattle Historic Triangle Pub,
CenturyLink Event Center, a long line at the el camion food truck, the Seattle Team Shop, WA MU Theater,
Salvation Army Store and Adult Rehabilitation Center, Dave Niehaus Way,
Edgar Martinez Drive which must be the elevated road because the street level at 4th Avenue didn't appear to be a drive, maybe not even a pedestrian crossing since there were no crosswalk lines painted on the street. I did cross 4th here because traffic was light but it could be a little dangerous and it didn't appear to go anywhere.
Grocery Outlet store,
Outdoor Emporium, the Seattle Canine Club, a nicely landscaped plaza,
Metro bus barn, nicely landscaped building and a large employee parking garage. What does it say about Metro service that its employees need to drive to work?