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Come winter time in Seattle ,
not many things help ward off the cold like a warm bowl of soup and
maybe a cup of Joe. Luckily, Seattle is known for both of these things,
and through the right ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2012
The Ballard Locks (otherwise referred to as the Chittenden Locks )
attracts visitors for its unique fish ladder—a special site where wild
salmon navigate over 21 rungs; you can watch them fight ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2012
Seattle might be
known for its music, its weather, its evergreens, but do a simple Google
search for coffee in the Seattle area and you’ve got yourself a whole
different bag of wax. What this ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, January 2013
Anyone who’s lived in Seattle
or visited before will know that a rainy day in the city is not that
uncommon; over 200 days of the year are cloudy, and when taking into
consideration the number ...
Pike Place Market in Seattle
is without a doubt one of the defining centers of the city.
Overlooking Elliot Bay, it is one of the oldest continually operated
public farmers’ markets in ...
Written by Jessica F, February 2013
For couples looking for a romantic getaway, Seattle , Washington ,
has much to offer. From beautiful outdoor spaces to world-class wine
bars to ambiance dinner cruises, there are many enchanting ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2012
Once known as the Experience Music Project, this shimmering, Frank Gehry-built, jellyfish-like building is a cultural icon and perhaps Seattle’s main attraction – aside from the weather, that is ...
Written by Hudson, USA, July 2012
Ride the duck! Although gawked and pointed at for its funny shape and cartoon lettering, the Seattle Duck Tours
are actually a great way to see the city by both land and by sea. The
always comic ...
So you’re in the Northwest, the rain has settled in, the Christmas
presents have been opened, the Yuletide cheer has spread.. now what?
Traditionally, everyone puts on their best suits, heads out ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2011
Built for just $4.5 million, the Seattle Space Needle is the architectural icon of Seattle
shown in just about every photograph of the skyline you’re liable to
see. Built for the 1962 Seattle ...
So you’ve walked the many streets of Seattle , traveled to the tip top of the Space Needle , visited the first-ever Starbucks and even walked the paved paths of Pioneer Square . What could be ...
A short boat ride away, the Puget Sound and San Juan Islands are miles apart from the busy hustle and bustle of the city of Seattle .
A mainstay for bikers, kayakers, hikers, and those just ...
Written by Hudson, USA, June 2012
Every city has its cultural icon. Typically this is a sports mascot (the Oregon Beavers or Detroit Lions, for example) but Seattle has got something different to brag about. The Fremont Troll (yes, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, November 2012
Let’s face it – even if you haven’t jumped on the vampire-swooning
bandwagon, it’s not like the lush forests of the Pacific Northwest
aren’t a beautiful trip to take anyway; so if any of your ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2012
With scenic outdoor activities, a thriving art culture, and friendly people, Seattle is a perfect place to bring the younger ones along. Here are some activities you can easily do with the entire ...
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