What I loved about Seattle is its people and location. Getting around the city was super easy with the bus transportation, as most of the places on my list were close to one another. Depending on hours, ubering may actually cost the same as busing. Some of my favorite spots were the Seattle Public Library, Museum of Pop Culture, Kerry Park for night skyline, and cherry blossoms at UW! As for food, I would definitely go back for more Pike Place Chowder and Molly Moon's ice cream.
Stroll down to The Seattle Public Library after trying the Pike Place's Chowder (a must!) and roaming around downtown. It is a super nice environment just to rest up after strolling around downtown. Check out all the floors while you are at it and you may find some random board games on the tables!
Olympic Sculpture Park is right next to all the museums and space needle. Even when weather isn't that great, you will still see people taking a stroll or jog at the park.
Museum of Pop Culture is one of my favorites here. There are many different theme exhibitions such as indie games, music bands, and there is even a recording room for you to record your own song for free!
Seattle Art Museum: 10am-5pm
Museum of Pop Culture: 10am-5pm
Chihuly Garden and Glass: 10am-7pm
Pacific Science Museum: 10am-6pm
Kerry Park may be one of the best location for the view of the city whether it's day or night time.
If you visit University of Washington around Spring season, you can bump into these cherry blossoms all around after visiting their gorgeous library.