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I will be in Seattle in October 2011 and we are catching the train from Vancouver to Seattle for an overnight stay and would like to make the most of it, what is a must do and what should I not worry about?

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    Pike Place Market. If it's a clear day, have lunch in the restaurant at the top of the Space Needle. The food is excellent and the wine list has won awards. Reservations required. If you're a music buff, go to Experience Music Project, which is near the base of the Needle. If you have time, rent a kayak at Aqua Verde at the north end of Lake Union and paddle around the houseboats on the lake. And there's a deck and good Mexican food at Aqua Verde, too. Also, consider doing a Duck boat tour when you first get to town. They're a lot of fun for adults and kids alike. The driver tells you about the city's history, and you see a lot. over 9 years ago

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    The underground tour is a must, lots of fun and very interesting. over 9 years ago

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    Hiram shirts den locks in ballard...watch the boats traverse between sea level and lake level...and if you are lucky view salmon in the underwater window area. I was there last weekend and there were a lot of salmon to see. The gardens ate also gorgeous bring a lunch, nice views from high up. over 9 years ago

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    So sorry! Hiram s. Chittenden locks. Darn that spell check! over 9 years ago

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    If you're into aviation you can do a trimmed down tour of the Boeing Complex http://www.boeing.com/commercial/tours/index.html
    Also visit the Flight Musemn http://www.museumofflight.org/ where a decomissioned Concorde and former Presidential plane are parked.
    Pioneer Square for great street entertainment.
    Tillicum Village on Blake Island Native Cultural Experience & Salmon Bake (very touristy & cheesy but a different experience) http://www.tillicumvillage.com/.
    In Pike Market make sure you don;t get hit in the face by a flying fish, well a material one thrown by the fishmongers as they sing their entertaining shanty songs. over 9 years ago

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