Eating Our Way Through Seattle

Eating Our Way Through Seattle, Seattle, Washington (B)

Although this is not a “food only” post, our visit to Seattle ended up focusing on the edible pleasures, rather than its other attractions. Maybe because we’ve been on the road for more than a week non-stop – and although we never had a bad meal – the food along rural roads tend to be the same. Also we were so overwhelmed by Yellowstone and Glacier, we were tired from the driving, hence we took it easy and enjoyed being back in a big city with all its comforts. Moreover, my fiance and I love every kind of Asian food and knew we’ll be in paradise in the cities of the PNW (Pacific Northwest) thanks to its big Asian communities. Our short time doesn’t pay enough tribute to the city but at least we got a good first impression and created a little one day Seattle foodie guide.

Massive Mount Rainier is an impressive eye-catcher and belongs to THE landmarks of Seattle’s skyline, next to the Space Needle, the Great Wheel and the iconic stadium. Despite its uncharming nickname Rain City, we’ve been very lucky with the weather! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Sights Featured in This Article

Guide Name: Eating Our Way Through Seattle
Guide Location: USA » Seattle
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Julia Joestl
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Space Needle
  • Great Wheel
  • Pike Place Market
  • Pike Place Chowder
  • Pioneer Square
  • Klondike Gold Rush Museum
  • Starbucks Reserve
  • Maneki
  • Waterfront Park
  • The Belltown Inn

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