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June | July 2014

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32 | Washington Athletic Club Magazine | JUNE / JULY 2014 At the heart of it all Monorail Station Free Ride Free Ride 90 5 1ST AVE W 1ST AVE N 2ND AVE N WARREN AVE N QUEEN ANNE AVE N DENNY WAY 2ND AVE 3RD AVE 4TH AVE 5TH AVE 4TH AVE 3RD AVE 1ST AVE 6TH AVE 7TH AVE 8TH AVE 9TH AVE TERRY AVE BOREN AVE YALE AVE 1ST AVE WESTERN AVE ALASKAN WAY ELLIOTT AVE 5TH AVE N TAYLOR AVE N 6TH AVE N AURORA AVE N DEXTER AVE N 8TH AVE N 9TH AVE N WESTLAKE AVE N WESTLAKE AVE TERRY AVE N BOREN AVE N FAIRVIEW AVE N MINOR AVE N EASTLAKE AVE N SUMMIT AVE E BELLEVUE AVE E MELROSE AVE E BELMONT AVE E BELMONT AVE BOYLSTON AVE E HARVARD AVE E BROADWAY E YALE AVE N PONTIUS AVE N Kobe Terrace Park Freeway Park Waterfront Park Victor Steinbrueck Park Denny Park CASCADE PLAYGROUND LENORA ST VIRGINIA ST STEWART ST PINE ST PIKE ST OLIVE WAY HOWELL ST UNION ST UNIVERSITY ST SENECA ST SENECA ST SPRING ST SPRING ST MADISON ST MARION ST COLUMBIA ST CHERRY ST JAMES ST JAMES ST JEFFERSON ST YESLER WAY S. MAIN ST S. WASHINGTON ST S. JACKSON ST S. KING ST S. ROYAL BROUGHAM WAY S. ATLANTIC ST BLANCHARD ST BELL ST BATTERY ST WALL ST VINE ST CEDAR ST CLAY ST BROAD ST EAGLE ST BAY ST 1ST AVE S 1ST AVE S 2ND AVE S 4TH AVE S 5TH AVE S 6TH AVE S 6TH AVE S 3RD AVE S OCCIDENTAL AVE S ALASKAN WAY S AIRPORT WAY SOUTH 7TH AVE S MAYNARD AVE S 8TH AVE S 5TH AVE 4TH AVE 4TH AVE 3RD AVE 3RD AVE 1ST AVE 2ND AVE 6TH AVE 7TH AVE 8TH AVE TERRY AVE TERRY AVE 9TH AVE 9TH AVE 8TH AVE 7TH AVE BOREN AVE MINOR AVE SUMMIT AVE BOYLSTON AVE WESTERN AVE WESTERN AVE POST AVE Post Alley MADISON ST SUMMIT AVE CRAWFORD PL BELLEVUE AVE MELROSE AVE E . OLI VE W AY S. JACKSON ST S. WELLER ST S. KING ST Seattle Transit Tunnel Convention Place Station Westlake Station University St. Station International District / Chinatown Station Pioneer Square Station ALASKAN WAY ALASKAN WAY VIADUCT Pier 70 Pier 66 Pier 57 Pier 52 Pier 53 Pier 50 JOHN ST JOHN ST JOHN ST THOMAS ST THOMAS ST HARRISON ST REPUBLICAN ST MERCER ST E. MERCER ST MERCER ST ROY ST E. REPUBLICAN ST E. DENNY WAY E. PINE ST E. PIKE ST E. UNION ST 99 99 99 5 Olympic Sculpture Park Occidental Park INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT/ CHINATOWN SEATTLE CENTER DENNY REGRADE BELLTOWN S E A T T L E CAPITOL HILL FIRST HILL WEST EDGE CASCADE QUEEN ANNE SODO SEATAC AIRPORT 0 1,000 ft 200 m Myrtle Edwards Park Key Arena Qwest Field Safeco Field The Children's Museum Marion Oliver McCaw Hall Memorial Stadium Pacific Science Center Experience Music Project Seattle Aquarium Westlake Center Seattle Art Museum Benaroya Hall Space Needle Seattle Public Library Smith Tower Pioneer Square Washington State Convention & Trade Center Pacific Place Nordstrom Macy's Two Union Square Wing Luke Asian Museum King Street Station Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park Bell Harbor International Conference Center P u g e t S o u n d N S Waterfront Streetcar Seattle Streetcar South Lake Union Line Seattle Center Monorail Waterfront Streetcar I 2 6 2 3 9 8 7 5 4 I 0 II I Its central location and amenities make the Inn a draw for out-of-towners and locals alike B Y N A O M I T H A L E N B E R G WHEN IT COMES TO SUMMERTIME travel, it's hard to find a better destination than Seattle. Parks, concerts and recreational activities—not to mention beautiful mountain and water views—lure visitors from around the world. And downtown Seattle remains a great weekend getaway for people who call this region home. At the heart of downtown, the Inn at the WAC offers guests the opportunity to enjoy Seattle and all the benefits the Club has to offer. Members, reciprocal club members and their guests can experience the Inn's stylish guest rooms; athletic, spa, wellness, and dining facilities; and a concierge. What's more, the Club's private parking garage is one block away. J O H N G R A N E N ( 2 )

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