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'''* <do name="Alki Beach Park" alt="" address="1702 Alki Ave. SW" directions="From the West Seattle Bridge, exit onto Harbor Avenue, and then bear left onto Alki Avenue. The beach runs on the right side" phone=" (206) 233-1509" email="" fax="" url="http://www.seattle.gov/parks/park_detail.asp?ID=445" hours="Apr-Sept, 6am-11pm: Oct-Apr, 4am-11:30pm" price="Free"></do> Alki Beach at Alki''' Park is one of the best and biggest sandy beaches in Seattle. There's a rollerblade/bike/walking path along it for miles and the beach itself is always busy and fun. Great views of the city, the ferries and the Olympics. There are several great cafes and coffee shops right across the street.
'''* <do name="West Seattle Golf Course''' " alt="" address="4470 35th Ave SW" directions="" phone="(206)-935-5187" email="" fax="" url="http://www.premiergc.com/west-seattle.php" hours="" price=""></do> This golf course is a city course with great views of Seattle.
'''* <do name="Lincoln Park" alt="" address="8011 Fauntleroy Way SW" directions="From the West Seattle Bridge, continue on Fauntleroy Way until you reach the park on the right." phone="(206)-684-4075 " email="" fax="" url="http://www.seattle.gov/parks/park_detail.asp?id=460" hours="4am-11:30pm" price="free"></do> Lincoln Park''' is a big, wild park, next to the Fauntleroy Ferry Dock, serving Vashon Island and SouthwarkSouthworth. Lincoln Park has lots of walking paths, picnic areas, beautiful trees, and beach. Unlike Alki Beach, it's quite pebbly and full of driftwood. To reach the park: come across the West Seattle Bridge into West Seattle, bear left at the "Y" intersection at Fauntleroy. Stay on Fauntleroy all the way to the park. Follow the signs to the ferries.
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