This past weekend we got to take a little adventure up to Seattle, the biggest city in the Northwest Region and fastest growing in the States! The city itself is known for rain, coffee, big businesses, nature, art and history.
Where it all began; The original Starbucks location on Pike Place. The line goes out the door consistently all day and you can expect a 20+ minute wait.
This is the longest operating Farmers’ Market in the US.
Come early and catch employees throwing fish across the counter.
If you’re a germaphobe, you may want to take two steps back. The Market Theater Gum Wall has been named one of the top 5 germiest tourist attractions.
Make your way to Seacrest Park in West Seattle for a great view of the city!
We happened to be in town for the Solstice Festival in Fremont. It was put on to support the art and artists in the neighboring area.
Follow the Aurora bridge up Troll Ave, and you’ll come across this awesome sculpture.
The architecture on the Seattle Public Library is simply breathtaking. Seattle is ranked the most literate city in the country. The Seattle Public Library has the highest percentage of library cardholder per capita.
Do you know about underground Seattle? Stay tuned for our next blog…