Along the water front in downtown Seattle, the Pike Street Public Market beckons folks to walks through countless shops of all variety. Fresh seafood, flowers, jewely, polish porcelain, china and pottery, books, movie and television memorabilia, souvenirs, spice & smoke shops, street musicians, I could go on and on. Perhaps a tough visit with small children (very crowded at times), the market is one of the few places you can visit in Seattle without a hefty admission. Highly recommended!
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