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Pike Place Market
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Jacob's Review:
   They have fresh food so it tastes really good. I really like the Mt. Rainer ones (they have whit on them). They are good – not like the nasty candy ones that you get in your soda sometimes.

   There are shops & booths that sell stuff like jewelry, t-shirts, practical jokes & magic (downstairs), and they make a lot of craft stuff right there at the tables. There is a lo of restaurants and a fish market where they throw fish around and joke and stuff. There are entertainers on the street along there too!

Paula's Notes:
   Experiencing Pike Place Market is experiencing the quintessential Seattle in one stop. There are magnificent displays of seafood at a variety of fishmonger stalls, fresh produce stalls abundantly overflowing, flower stalls abloom, a plethora of clever craft stalls and, of course, the very first ever Starbuck’s shop. On a clear fine day, you can gaze upon the most majestic of views from the Market – the Olympic Mountain range framed by Puget Sound with her ferry’s tooling back and forth. Exquisite!

   A gastronomic must-don't miss Pirogi Pirogi! A marvelous, tiny Russian pastry shop tucked across the street from the Market. Voluptuous pastries and luscious pirogi's stuffed with a plethora of choices-beef, cheese and onion, cheese, broccoli and mushrooms, etc. One of my stellar favorites.


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