I'd say that's a pretty accurate description of Seattle about 350 days out of the year but during the dead of summer, it's actually pretty damn beautiful.
We walked around the Market a bit (don't have any photos for this post because it was crazy crowded the day we went. No time or room to take photos inside.) and then walked down to Pioneer Square to buy tickets for the Underground Tour.
Underground Tour Website
I definitely recommend it if you go to Seattle. Tickets were $14 a piece for students. The tour involves a few tight spaces. (I'm claustrophobic and I was fine.)
You are underground and the floor is pretty (very) uneven in spots. May not be best for the elderly, immobile and I really don't recommend any young children (I'm talking infants- maybe age 6. Kids older than that should be able to navigate ok with supervision and have some semblance of manners if they weren't raised by cave men, which they weren't so you're golden right?).
Seattle is beautiful any time of year, but I liked it best in the Summertime.
Until next time,