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The Gates Foundation Visitor Center, Seattle

Unlike many other visitor centres of its kind, the The Gates Foundation Visitor Center has become a must-visit destination in Seattle.

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Great Day Trips From Seattle: Discover Bainbridge IslandYou may be just settling into Seattle, but no holiday here would be complete without discovering a few of the many great day trips from Seattle. One of the most popular local excursions can be experienced via a 35-minute journey on a Washington State Ferry across Puget Sound to Bainbridge Island

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Pike Place Market SeattleVenture to Seattle's Pike Place Market and beyond the freshly cut flowers and flying fish to discover the bazaar below, filled with eclectic shops and artisan galleries. 

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A Coffee Lover's Guide to Seattle

by CraiSBower March - last edited March

A Coffee Lover's Guide to SeattleA trip to Seattle for most coffee tourists begins in Pike Place Market, home of the first Starbucks, but it should never end there. Take a look at our coffee lover’s guide to the city for Seattle's best coffee shops.

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Seattle By BoatGuided kayaking is one of several ways to join 85% of Seattleites who spend time each year on the water in Seattle, but you don’t actually require a guide to paddle, row or sail yourself around the lakes, cuts, canals or Puget Sound. 

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The Seahawks and Sounders | Seattle's Earth Shaking FootballWhen seismologists began observing that Seattle was due for an earthquake or two, there was no mention of American football. Yet the Richter scale registered just above 2.0 when 67,000 rabid fans reacted to Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn “The Beast” Lynch’s rumble for 67 yards and a decisive touchdown against the New Orleans Saints on 8 January 2011. The tremors have hardly stopped.

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