The Pike Place Public Market in Seattle is full of life, vibrant food and local treats. Admiring the market’s freshness, I fell in love with its fresh caught seafood, gorgeous flowers and delicate pastries. I found myself wandering between vendors in the crowded and chaotic indoor market, snapping pictures of the photogenic produce.
After slowly perusing through the market, I walked across the street to grab a coffee from the original Starbucks coffee shop (yes, the very first Starbucks ever). Although there were tourists swarming all over, taking tons of photos and crowding the sidewalk, it was still fun to actually step inside the shop, buy a souvenir mug and order a drink.
I then continued exploring Seattle while sipping on my Starbucks latte, checking out the famous gum wall, Seattle Ferris wheel, and adorable little boutiques. I finally settled on a bench in the sun, overlooking the crystal clear Seattle waterfront, watching the ferries go by.
This adorable city is very walkable with fun amusements, delicious restaurants, and lively street performers. I can’t wait to go back soon, what places should I check out next time?