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Old 07-22-2009, 02:19 PM   #11 (permalink)
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LOL I know right!

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Old 07-22-2009, 02:57 PM   #12 (permalink)
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If you're going to be in Seattle for a while (Sorry, I've only been to Portland once, and I was like 10) and you're into music & music history, you could check out the Experience Music Project, next to Seattle Center- they've got some cool Hendrix memorabilia.

It sounds kind of cheesy, but my fiancee and I had a great time on the Duck Boat tour. There's also a tour of "old Seattle", most of which is now underground.

I think that if you're going to fall off the coffee wagon, you might as well fall off into a good cup. Here are a few suggestions: - Multiple locations in Seattle, locally owned, too. Owner David Schomer is probably the best at his craft in N. America today. - I've only been there a handful of times, but both espresso & brewed coffee were excellent. - In Portland. I've ordered nearly all of their blends and single origin roasts and have not been disappointed yet.

Really, it's hard to get a bad cup of coffee anywhere in Seattle- just steer clear of the chain stores: S-bux, Seattle's Best (owned by S-bux), Coffee Bean... There are also plenty of places for foodies, too. Stop by Mario Batali's dad's shop, Salumi, for some great sandwiches, salami & sausage.

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Thanx! Yeah my hubby said he was dragging me out of bed (before dawn) to go to the fish market and watch them throw fish Um yeah... don't think so lol!
Luckily, you don't have to wake up that early. IIRC, they keep the show going until about 11am. It's actually pretty entertaining- if you manage to catch a fish, it's yours for free!
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