By this time I have traveled quite a bit within the Seattle city. It is a very beautiful town, they call it the "Evergreen State", because of the greenery that surrounds its rural and urbal areas. But I have also found it to the biggest "red-light" city (no pun intended). Almost after every fifty meeters you have traffic lights hanging over your heads, besides number of "CROSSWALK"s which allow free pedestrian movement. And since every traffic light also has facility for pedestrian crossing, the traffic is eternally slow at times, and moves at snail's pace on many occasions. It is really terrible to see after every fifty meter, the green light turning into red ! I call it the Red-Light City. Lord, teach me patience in this city, and save all the drivers from getting bored and fall asleep!