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US: Seattle – Curds (and Whey?)

You can watch the process of mixing cheese curds through a window near Piroshky Piroshky (pierogies).

US: Seattle – Piroshky Pierogies

In Seattle, WA you can get so many kinds of food in or near Pike’s Peak Market. We have a weakness for pierogies.

US: Seattle – Wings over Washington

Thought this was chicken wings joint as it is in the area of the Pike’s Place Market in Seattle. Boy was I wrong – it’s a flight simulator which focuses on scenery rather than stomach-churning dips. The life-like soaring vignettes from the ocean to the forest to the mountains are enhanced by effects like a light mist spray near Snoqualmie Falls and a pine scent in the woods.

US: Seattle – Ferris Wheel in Seattle

A different view of the ferris wheel over the Seattle waterfront.

US: Seattle – Walkway by the Water

You can get a nice view, cool breezes on this walkway behind the Pike’s Place Market in Seattle. Note the ferris wheel in the distance. Do you think the people walking are noticing anything other than their phones?

US: Seattle – Old and New Architecture in Seattle

We love the contrasts of architectural styles as we walk through cities. This one’s in Seattle, WA.

US: Seattle – Chief Seattle Fountain

Even way back in 1909, the city of Seattle made sure to honor Chief Seattle, its namesake, with this fountain.


US: Seattle – Remembering Chief Seattle

Poster reminding us who lived here first. “Chief Seattle Now the Streets are our Home”

US: Seattle, WA – Remember Those Who Came Before You

“Far away brothers and sisters we still remember you” is a poster found in downtown Seattle.

US: Seattle, WA – Glass Views of Underground

The purple glass squares were set into the pavement to shed light on the city below the city. New Seattle was built on top of old Seattle when a fire destroyed the central business district on June 6, 1889.