Hometown Hot Spots

As the Liberty wrap up the 2006 season, and head back to their respective home states to relax, they also look forward to getting back to their favorite “hometown hot spots”. When these ladies aren’t on the court, you can find them hanging out in a variety of places, from chili restaurants to old bathhouses. Here are a few of the Liberty players' recommendations you may want to consider when visiting your favorite Liberty player’s hometown.

Cathrine Kraayeveld #33 (Seattle,WA)
Pike Place market (street shops, arcades and the famous fish tosses)
Downtown Seattle (just walk around)


Kelly Schumacher #17(Cincinnati, OH)
La' Rosa's pizza
Skyline Chili (food is prepared at a steam table in front of you)


Erin Thorn #5 (Utah)
Bryce Canyon (a small national park in southwestern Utah, famous for its wordly unique geology)
Arches National Park (perserves over two thousand natural sandstone arches)


Shameka Christon #20 (Hot Springs, AK)
The Natural Hot Springs (hence the name of the town)
Old bath houses of Hot Springs National Park


Christelle N'Garsanet #14 (Ivory Coast)
Basilica Notre Dame (The world's largest Christian church)
Man Waterfalls


Ambrosia Anderson #31 (Hawaii)
Waimea Bay (a natural wonder with white sand beaches)
Dole Plantation (home of the Pineapple Garden Maze and The Pineapple Express, a 2-mile train tour)


Ashley Battle #22 (Pittsburgh, PA)
Mt. Washington (a great place to see the sun set over the entire city of Pittsburgh)


The summer’s not over yet, so be sure to check out these amazing places and see where the Liberty spend time outside of Madison Square Garden, the World’s Most Famous Arena.