Expert Travel Advice to Seattle

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  • Anonymous user answered:
    I would recommend staying in downtown Seattle. It has lots of good shopping, food, and there is a cool music museum. I would recommend a car.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    We drove from Sparland IL (20 miles north of Peoria) to Lakewood, WA (20 miles south of Seattle) in 3.5 days. We traveled via I-90 and did very little sightseeing along the way as I had driven this route before. You can push it a bit more each day and do it in 3 days. We travel with a dog so have to stop more. About 1900 miles each way. Prepare for delays and detours in mountains due to construction and rock slides -- they happen.
  • carrie answered:
    I am not sure what part of town you will be staying in, but here are a few of my favorites in the downtown/Belltown area: Check out Palace Kitchen which is lively every night of the week. It has a great bar that would be perfect for a solo diner or group. Mistral Kitchen is also top notch but a bit more formal. Cafe Campagne or Steelhead diner are good options next to Pike Place market. Serious Pie has excellent pizza and two locations, one in Belltown and the other nearby in South Lake Union. If you have some time during the day, head down to Salumi in Pioneer Square for house made salami and other cured meat sandwiches. They are only open for lunch. I would avoid all of the places down on the waterfront.
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    Jean answered:
    Take a trip on a Washington State ferry! The view is spectacular and the price is very reasonable. On Bainbridge Island you can take a tour with Kitsap Tours (they meet you at the ferry terminal).. Choose between a tour of the island, a tour of the beautiful Bloedel Reserve or a full day touring several unique little communties west of Seattle. www.KitsapTours.com

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