Seattle isn't exactly famed for its cherry blossoms, but trees seem to be everywhere - in front yards, along streets, and in parks (in the fall, it feels like Maples are everywhere, funny how that works).
The best place for cherry blossom viewing is at the University of Washington's central quad, where the grass is carpeted by pink leaves falling from the 60+ year old trees. Friends of ours host a cherry blossom viewing picnic each year, so eating Japanese food and climbing the trees has become a fun annual springtime ritual for my kidsRelated Links:
Seattle With Kids
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