Fall is a fabulous time to explore Seattle's 12 distinctive and friendly neighborhoods, all within walking or biking distance from the city's center. Each bears unique sights, tastes and vibes. Belltown, for example, is home to famous attractions like Pike Place Market and Olympic Sculpture Park. The International District is famed for its fascinating origins and tantalizing aromas streaming from an endless array of Asian eateries. If you think coffee is Seattle's only celebrated brewed beverage, wake up. SODO, home to the distillery district, is just one example of the city's exploding craft brewery, cidery and spirits scene. And where can you kayak and fish without leaving the city? The freshwater Lake Union in South Lake Union is smack in the middle of Seattle, with a recreational lake and a pond for racing miniature wooden boats (you can rent them).