4. If you’re in your 20s, you should spend most of your time in Capitol Hill. The rest of the city’s pretty from the top of Queen Anne, but that neighborhood is boring otherwise. Belltown is full of bros and the Olympic Sculpture Park thing isn’t much to see, plus it tends to be surrounded by crackheads. The downtown shopping/ financial district is worth two to three hours of your time, max. Ballard is ‘meh’ except for its Sunday farmers market, which is huge and amazing. During the five years I lived in Seattle I went to Georgetown exactly once. Pioneer Square is where you will find more homeless people per capita than any place in the Western world (speculative). Stick to the Hill, it has everything. I’m going to get a lot of shit in the comments.
I just can't stop thinking about this post. It's like someone tried to make a list of the most obvious, unthoughtful things ever said about Seattle, all in one place. Although he loses points for not including "24. It rains there a whole lot*." Nice try, though.