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Theo Chocolate , Seattle
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Take a factory tour of Theo Chocolate, the United States' first organic fair trade-certified cocoa producer. The tour begins with a short tal
Factory Outlet
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Seattle Premium Outlets features an upscale collection of over 130 designer names from women's apparel and jewelry to sporting goods includin
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Explore the evolution of coffee culture in the Pacific Northwest on this walking and tasting tour of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood! Your local guide will keep you caffeinated as you delve into the history and roasting and creation processes behind the usual coffee shop orders as well as the city’s more unique and specialty offerings. You may get to try anything from infused coffee to a decadent espresso invented right here in Seattle! In addition to getting a crash course in everything from single-origin to sustainable coffees, you’ll really come to appreciate the closely associated counter culture that has historically been – and still is – prevalent in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. You’ll pass by music venues with historic ties to Seattle’s grunge and current EDM scene as well as plenty of places your guide can recommend for cocktails, live music, or even more coffee following your tour!
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Uwajimaya , Seattle
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Browse a small slice of Asia amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Seattle at Uwajimaya, a supermarket filled to the brim with interesting f
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Discerning bookworms will appreciate a trip to Elliott Bay Book Company, a bookstore featuring thousands of books in a rustic shop. Everythin

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Where to stay in Seattle

Famous for its architecture, Seattle's downtown area features a range of lodging options, including high-end hotels offering expensive rooms with views over Elliott Bay. Remember that despite their prices, many hotels in this waterfront district provide rather small rooms. If you need more space but don't want to break the bank, head out of downtown to some of the city's outlying neighborhoods. Seattle's diverse suburbs offer affordable bed and breakfasts, providing you with all the comforts of home and allowing you to see what local life is really like.
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