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Neighborhood
“Pike Market is a must-see destination. It can get crowded during weekends, but there are no bad shops to check out. It's multi-leveled with all kinds of hidden corners. My personal favorite places to see/eat are: * Ellenos Greek Yogurt * Storyville Coffee (located above the yogurt shop) * Pike Market Chowder (well-known but HUGE line! Go on a weekday if possible) * Country Dough (Chinese bites) * Beecher's Cheese * Rachel's Gingerbeer * Original Starbucks (also huge line, not totally sure if worth it?)”
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Monument / Landmark
“Since its construction for the 1962 World’s Fair, the Space Needle has become both an internationally recognized icon and Seattle’s most popular attraction. Distance - 3.8 miles”
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Park
“This park has the most amazing views of Seattle showing off the city, the sound, and Mt. Rainier. ”
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Park
“This is hands down one of the coolest places in Seattle! You'll find insane views of downtown Seattle and Lake Union. This place is unique with it's gasworks turned massive art installation. There are big, grassy fields for picnicing or tossing a football around. Stand on Kite Hill and snap some priceless photos - but bring a coat, they call it Kite Hill for a reason!”
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Canal Lock
“Gardens, locks, boats, views and if you're lucky, seals. A wonderful way to spend an afternoon.”
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“You will find easy walking trails with fabulous views at this Seattle park. It's just a 15-minute drive from our house.”
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Art Museum
“Art museum & sculpture garden showcasing Dale Chihuly's large, colorful glass works.”
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Art Museum
“World class visual arts. Free admission on every first Thursday of the month, with special exhibitions at half price.”
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Beach
“If you want a PNW beach experience without leaving the city, this is the place to go. In the summer, this park is packed with beach volleyball, picnics and bonfires - be warned, it can get crazy on nice days and parking can be tricky. It's great place to go for a stroll or to camp out and grill.”
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Sculpture Garden
“Make this park the starting point for walking along the waterfront (in either direction). Stunning views and kitschy waterfront activities (The Great Wheel, Ye Old Curiosity Shop). Fish and chips at Ivars is great for lunch (sit outside). For sit down touristy restaurant I recommend Anthony's Bell Street Diner. It's cheaper than the other tourist spots and more relaxed. ”
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Museum
“This is an amazing Frank Gehry designed building at Seattle Center is still growing on Seattleites. But if theres a show you are interested in, go see it!”
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Playground
“15 minute walk to iconic Green Lake park. 2.8 mile walking/joggin loop. Tennis, soccer, pitch and putt golf, paddle board rental, paddle boat rental, canoe, kayak and swimming. Public pool. ”
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Zoo
“Be sure to look into the Zoo Tune concert schedule. https://www.zoo.org/zootunes ”
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Stadium
“10 minute drive or 25 minute bus ride to baseball, soccer, concert events. ”
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Pool
“There are loads of attractions at the Seattle Center. Run through the International Fountain, Museum of Pop Culture, Chihuly Glass Museum (go at night), The Armory Food Court, The Space Needle and more. Take the Monorail from Westlake in Downtown Seattle and try to get the seat in the very front!”
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Kafé
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“Located in the Meatpacking District! The most luxurious way to get a grande. A sprawling 3-story coffee playpen in Chelsea, the massive new space has cocktails, nitro cold brew, siphon coffee, and an actual roasting facility. https://www.starbucksreserve.com/en-us/locations/store/47906 ”
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