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Sites, Smells, & Sounds Of Seattle

By Plane & By Trains Seattle’s Downtown Cruise Terminals The Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal 2225 Alaskan Way Anchors an 11-acre complex along Seattle’s downtown waterfront. Norwegian Cruise Line and Celebrity Cruises offer weekly sailing to Alaska. In the fall, Celebrity Cruises also offers 3 and 4-day adventures to beautiful British Columbia. An on-site concierge offers luggage check, plus reservations for attractions, restaurants and hotels. It has an 1700 space garage located across the street and on-board airline check-in and luggage handling Terminal 91 Cruise Facility 2001 W Garfield Street Seattle’s new cruise terminal at Pier 91 serves as homeport for Holland America Line, Princess and Royal Caribbean. The terminal is located at the north end of Seattle’s waterfront and historic Smith Cove, just 10 minutes from the city’s retail core and famous Space Needle Light rail- sound transit skip the traffic and high cab fares from the airport to downtown Seattle. Hop on Link Light Rail, the eco-friendly, traffic-and stress-free way to get to downtown from SeaTac Airport (or vice versa). After grabbing your bags at baggage claim, head or the fourth floor of the airport parking garage, where signs direct you to a walkway that leads to the Link Light Rail station. The ride to Seattle on the Central Line takes just 36 minutes with 13 stops along the way, including for downtown stops: the International District, Pioneer Square, University Street, and Westlake Center. Departs every 15 minutes or less. One-way fares: $2.50 adults, $2 youth 6-18, $1.25 senior/ disabled


Travel by Cars, Buses, and Boats Commute Seattle is your online resource for commuting to and within Downtown Seattle. This convenient all-it-one website includes bus and rail route maps, timetables and real-time locations information, as well as traffic reports and bicycling and walking maps. www.CommuteSeattle.com Impark offers a wide variety of parking solutions. We are conveniently located near downtown attractions such as Pike Place Market and Seattle Center as well as retail outlets and restaurants in the downtown core. Hourly, daily, weekly, and over-night parking is available. For more information please call 206 381 1789 Yellow Taxi The Northwest largest Taxi fleet with 379 taxis. We take pride in offering the most reliable and efficient taxi service in Seattle and King County and appreciate your business. 206 622 6500.

Ride the Tour by land sea in a W.W.II landing It’s a party on wheels! Fifth Avenue and Broad Street. tickets online or call 206 411 DUCK (3825)

Ducks Seattle and craft. Buy

Pike Place Market Pike Place Market www.pikeplacemarket.org One of the oldest continually operating markets in the country turns 103 years old this year, and what a journey it has been. It all started on August 17, 1907, when eight farmers setup shop to sell directly to the residents, to “beat the middleman” as prices soared on onions. In a couple of hours, the produce sold out. This “meet the producer philosophy has endured as the building block of the market. Over the years, more and more stalls appeared, and buildings were constructed to house the increasing number of sellers. These days, you can find fresh produce and fish, homemade jewelry and crafts, fresh cut flowers, street musicians, and more in this nine-acre market overlooking Elliott Bay. In April 1971, Starbucks Coffee opens for business in the Pike Place Market, selling high-quality coffee, dark-roasted in small batches, the European way. Starbucks does not sell or brew coffee by the cup, but sometimes offers brewed samples.


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Buy Eats Athenian Seafood Restaurant & Bar The Athenian has it all from fresh seafood to great burgers and sandwiches, Enjoy one of Seattle’s best dining and lounge views for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and early dinner, Full bar available./ Pike Place market, 206 624 7166, www.athenianinn.com Campagne & Café Campagne The Soul of France in the Heart of Deattle. Campagne offers award-winning French country cuisine and classic Parisian bistro fare is available at Café Campagne. Both restaurants offer dinner, outdoor dining and happy hour. Café Campagne serves lunch on weekdays and brunch on the weekends, Campagne 206 728 2800; Café Campagne 206 728 2233 or www. campagnerestaurant.com Lowell’s Seattle’s Freshest Northwest Dining from 7am Daily. In the Heart of Pike Place Market, 3 Floors of windows aoverlooking Puget Sound, the Port and The Olympic Mountains. Voted Best Breakfast, Best View & Best Hidden Gem. 1519 Pike Place, 206 622 2036, www.eatatlowells.com McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant A fresh approach – Menus are printed daily featuring more than 30 varities of the freshest seafood with almost 80 different preparations. Handcrafted cocktails using fresh-squuzed juices are the perfect complement to the famous bar food menu. 1200 Westlake Avenue North 206 270 9052

Built in 1962, the 605-foot-tall Space Needle, served as the symbol of that year's World's Fair. It has since become the symbol of Seattle, and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The privately owned Space Needle is managed by Space Needle LLC

Tap House Grill Each visit at The Tap House Grill will be a unique experience. Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour and Late Night. 60 beers on tap Taphousegrill.com Seattle 1506 Sixth Ave. 206 816 3314


Buy Drinks Pike Brewing Company Ales brewed on premies, local and delicious pub fare,’hoppy’ hour, local wines, artisan spirits, gifts, brewery tours and microbrewery museum. A shrine to beer! NWSource 2008 People’s Picks Winner: Brewpub and Museum/Attraction. Open from 11:00am, 7 days a week. 1415 1st Ave., 206 622 6044, www.pikebrewing.com

Paul McJunkin | Clemson University | GC 440 | Spring 2010 Printed with the full line of Heidelberg Saphira Consumables on a Speedmaster XL 75 10-color perfecting press with coating unit.

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