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    Space needle, ride the ducks tour, great wheel, seattle underground, pike place market, original Starbucks, alki beach, golden gardens, eat at the pink door, teatro zinzanni, jimmy Hendrix memorial, gas works. over 5 years ago

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    Freeway park, Matt's at the Market, visit the Ballard Locks, Top Pot doughnuts, Brouwer's, wander around Capitol Hill... over 5 years ago

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    I recommend going to the top of the Columbia Tower(big black building). It's the best view in Seattle, taller than the Space Needle and this way you can take a picture of the Needle. It's also cheaper than the Space Needle and there's an extensive food court downstairs.
    Check out the train stations, Union and King Street are fine beautiful examples of turn of the century architecture.
    Word on food: Salumi and Delicatus are great for sandwiches. Pierogi Pierogi in Pike's Place is a must. And Seattle is in my opinion is the king of happy hours.
    Seattle isn't just coffee anymore, we have thriving wine, brewery, and distillery cultures too, and with a huge immigrant population, we'll knock your socks off with cuisine from around the world. over 5 years ago

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    Chihuly glass not to be missed especially at night. Pike market tours are well worth the time. Fremont coffee house is great local place. They will make a unicorn or solar system in the cream on your latte. Great people watching all over Fremont. Troll in Fremont. Wander the waterfront. Pioneer area and space needle overrated. Discovery park is beautiful and either tame or wild depending on area. but is safe. Locks and fish ladder. over 5 years ago

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    Thanks to all of you! I had a great time there :) I loved among all Chihuly Garden! over 5 years ago

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