|L. S. Eldridge|
L. S. Eldridge
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Notes from the Deckle Edge
An experience not to be missed is the Pike Place Market. Yep, it's all going on down there...throwing fish, lots of people (especially if there is a cruise ship getting ready to depart), lots of flowers, food...well just what you expect when you head that way. The oldest market still in existence at its same location and definitely worth your time. Here is a tidbit you won't hear much about: It is the easiest walk from the Market into town. If you are unaware, Seattle is hilly. Very hilly. I admit it, by the end of the day I was willing to walk over instead of up. In comparison, Pike Street up toward 2nd Avenue has only a slight incline into the heart of downtown. Keep it in mind, especially if you have health issues but prefer to walk. Plus, if your aching muscles are in need of some Advil this route will take you right by a city Target store. Back to my brushes.
"It is generally admitted that most grown-up people, however regrettably, will try to have a good time." - Bertrand Russell
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