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Al igual que el estado en el que reside, el lago Washington lleva el nombre del primer presidente de los Estados Unidos, George Washington. Este es el segundo lago más grande de Washington, y atrae a numerosos visitantes diariamente. Mientras que el lago es un lugar perfecto para pasar el rato, las personas más activas pueden también disfrutar de paseos en bote, kayak, vela y otras actividades deportivas que se ofrecen en la orilla del lago. Aquí se puede comer un pic nic con la familia y dejar que el sol les cubra, mientras disfrutan de uno de los lugares más famosos de Seattle.
Fremont Bridge is located in Seattle, Washington. It is a double-leaf bascule bridge that links the Fremont and Queen Anne neighborhoods across the Lake Washington Ship Canal. It was opened on June 15, 1917 and built at a cost of USD410,000. It has a low vessel clearance and is frequently opened and busy. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Crouched under the Aurora Bridge is an 18-foot tall, two-ton sculpture of a troll clutching a VW Bus, and glaring at passersby. Created in 1990 by four Seattle-based sculptors, this quirky public art piece exemplifies the free spirit of the people living in the Fremont district. These funky natives dress their beloved troll up every Halloween to thank him for protecting them from the 1996 mudslide. On an average day, tourists and locals alike hang from his shaggy hair, and make a seat out of his hands and head. Only a three to four block walk from Fremont's business district, it is perhaps the best souvenir photo one can take.
The American dream is alive and well here at Georgetown Brewing Company. Friends Roger Bialous and Manny Chao turned their brewing-in-the-garage hobby into this fixture of the Pacific Northwest beer scene. With five full-time brews and many others on tap, free samples make this the place for beer geeks to nerd out. Not sure which beer is right for you? The friendly staff is there to answer all your questions. Have a lot of questions? Take a Saturday brewery tour and learn how that fine beverage you're holding is made (just make sure to reserve your spot beforehand).
One of the largest academic law libraries in the West, this library has court briefs, United States government publications, an East Asian collection and a general collection. It also provides access to legal databases, including LegalTrac, LEXIS-NEXIS and WESTLAW, the World News Collection and Congressional Universe. Those not affiliated with the University of Washington should sign in at the second floor entrance. To check out materials, visitors must register at the Circulation Desk (photo identification and proof of Washington residency required).
Cunningham Hall is located on the University of Washington campus. It currently houses the UW Women's Center, along with a gallery featuring art by local female artists.