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    Yes! Visit Pike Place Market, Alkai Beach, and the Gum Wall. Eat at Purple, it's a cafe and wine bar with great food. If you are on a budget, Dick's Drive-In has great burgers and milkshakes. over 6 years ago

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    The troll under the bridge in freemont, gasworks park, and the best happy hours in the world, look them up at some of the expensive restaurants like salty's and boka. over 6 years ago

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    Okay thanks! I've also heard of wild waves from a friend, would you know if its worth going to? over 6 years ago

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    We stayed at The Alexis and LOVED it. Can't beat the location and if you sign up for Kimpton rewards, you can get great free perks (free wifi, $10 to 'raid the mini bar, etc). over 6 years ago

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    I have been to Seattle many times, stay downtown. Book at Travelocity and stay in any of the secret locations, save a lot and any place downtown with 3 stars is good. All of the public transportation in the downtown area is free. So easy to get around. The streets are one way and a bus goes up and down each street every couple of minutes. You will never have to drive while there. Seattle has a great happy hour, twice a day, one early and one at 9 or 10pm. Take a harbor cruise it will give you an idea of the area for little $. If you like music go to Experience the Music, next to the Space Needle. The underground tour is one of the best I have done, lots of history of the city. How long are you going to be there? And what month? And are you on a tight budget? I can give more ideas if you let me know. over 6 years ago

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    Washington State is stunningly beautiful. A day trip to Mount Rainier wouldn't be time wasted and a trip to Mt St Helens is amazing. There were other beautiful trips to the Cacades and south west of Seattle I didn't get to. They are nearer to Seattle than Mount St Helens anyway. I already added my recommendations for Seattle in a recent thread, particularly but not all aviation related. If you're interested please do a search. The San Juan islands are also supposed to be very nice, perhaps there are organised trips because I believe the currents can be kind of dangerous so I wouldn't venture out alone. over 6 years ago

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