Where to Live
From the bohemiam Fremont district to the bars of Capitol Hill, Seattle offers many neighbourhoods to adopt as your own. There's the friendliness of Georgetown with its craft breweries and cafes, the lakeside trails of Kirkland or the boutique shops of Ballard, to name but a few. To find an apartment, visit Seattle.sublet.com, Seattle.craigslist.org or Zillow.com.
Mild, temperate and often foggy, Seattle is typical of the Pacific Northwest and a pleasant place to live while working in the US. It has a reputation for drizzle, but the sun often shines. The weather can vary greatly from region to region, whether you're by the sea or in the mountains. Expect wet winters and warm, mostly dry summers.
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