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Seattle Shopping - Pike Place Market is one of the most famous markets in Seattle, and is also a local landmark. At this market, visitors can find produce vendors, fishmongers and butchers, however there are also artists, craftspeople and performers. This area offers hundreds of shops that would make any shopper smile, and dozens of restaurants that offer some of the best dining options on the west coast. This market is so large, a family could easily spend an entire day just exploring this wonderful market and landmark.

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Westlake Center at 400 Pine Street is in the very heart of Seattle’s main shopping district. This is an upscale shopping mall with over 80 specialty shops including Crabtree & Evelyn, Godiva, and many more. This mall features a great food court with a number of good dining options. Additionally, this mall is very convenient, as it is a terminus for the monorail to Seattle Center. Pioneer Square Antique Mall at 602 First Ave is an underground mall featuring the best of antiques in this area of the country. In the heart of Pioneer Square, this mall features over 60 stalls that sell every antique and collectible imaginable.

Pacific Place at 600 Pine Street is downtown, adjacent to Nordstrom. This huge mall is five levels of upscale and entertaining shopping. You’ll find brand stores here such as Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Coach, Max Mara, bebe, and many more. This mall includes a multiplex movie theater and a huge skylight that allows natural light to flow down over the entire inner mall.

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Bellevue Square at Bellevue Way and NE Eight St

City Centre at 1420 Fifth Ave.

Fremont Sunday Market at North 34th Street.

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Seattle Interesting Facts

  • Seattle is ranked the most literate city by Central Conn. State University.
  • Seattle has the highest percentage of residents with a college degree or higher.
  • Seattle boasts the original Skid Row (Yesler Way)
  • Seattle is the northernmost U.S. city with a population of over half a million.
  • The Seattle General Strike of 1919 was the first general strike in the country.
  • At 76 stories and 937 feet, the Columbia Center is Seattle’s tallest building, and the 12th tallest building in the country.
  • Seattle Washington was the first city in the US to play a Beatles song on the radio.
  • The world’s first gas station opened in 1907 on East Marginal Way.
  • Seattle Washington was the first American city to put police on bicycles.
  • Seattle’s Harbor Island is the largest man made island in the nation
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