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A perfect fall hike, Poo Poo Point is a short but steep trail with many boulders and stone steps. Pause at a viewpoint offering a view of Mount Rainier, then continue on to the main attraction, Poo Poo Point. You’ll see a classic Pacific Northwest view, and in the summer months, maybe even watch paragliders […]

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Located in the heart of the Belltown neighborhood, Currant Bistro is flooded with natural light and friendly brunch goers during the morning. Catch breakfast from 7 – 11am. Be sure to snag a seat during this window as the kitchen shuts down mid-day until dinner. The bistro is located inside The Sound Hotel. It’s a […]

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Seattle is known for its coffee. If you’re in town, you could spend weeks trying out all the local shops. The most highly visited option to visit is the original Starbucks located in Pike Place Market. While that option is great, it’s usually got a line packed out the door and down the length of […]

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Update: I moved to Seattle, Washington! And one of the first places I stopped was Pike Place Market. It’s known for the famous fish throwing, local vendors filled with fresh seafood, fruit, flowers and more. Cute little restaurants line the cobblestone streets. Tourists and locals alike love to shop the fare, and dine at the […]

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