Fresh Seafood at Pike Place Market

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Lynn and I spent just a day and a half in Seattle, but got to do a lot of the things we wanted to do in the city. Top on our list was spending some time walking around Pike Place Market and enjoying some fresh seafood. One of our favorite parts of Seattle was the Chihuly Garden & Glass museum, which was one of the first things we did when we arrived. We were even able to make it out to the suburbs to visit a couple of her friends from college. While we were out there we did a little wine tasting as well. Below are some of our pictures from our day and a half we spend in the Seattle area.

  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Entrance
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Ceiling Glass
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass - Large Shells
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Under the Sea Glass
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass - Under the Sea
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Main Exhibit Back
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Main Exhibit
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Main Exhibit
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Flower Installation
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Hanging Flower Strands
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Outdoor Prickly Bush
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass - Blue Chandelier
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Orange Chandelier
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass - Boats with Glass
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass - Large Round Glass Tree
  • Chihuly Garden & Glass Ferns with Purple Glass Tubes
  • Pike Place Market Main Entrance
  • Fish Market at Pike Place Market
  • Fruit Stand at Pike Place Market
  • Flower Market at Pike Place
  • Fresh Seafood at Pike Place Market
  • Outside of Pike Place Market with Flowers
  • Crumpet Shop - Green Eggs & Ham
  • Space Needle from Chihuly Garden & Glass
  • Athenian Cafe from the movie Sleepless in Seattle
  • The Gum Wall Outside of Pike Place Market
  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery Tour
  • Chateau Ste Michelle Insulated Wine Tank with Cooling Sleeve
  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery Peacock

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Andy

Born with a sense of wanderlust, it's only natural that Andy would be traveling and writing about it. He has traveled extensively throughout the U.S., even golfing in each of the 50 states. When he's not updating this blog, you can probably find him riding his bicycle, baking desserts, or working on his goal of attaining the "best credit ever."