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About Seattle Washington
Seattle, Washington is the 15th largest metropolitan region in the country with a population of 608,660 people. Seattle is a primary coastal seaport and is the county seat of King County. Seattle is located in a beautiful setting, with a friendly charm, good restaurants, many engaging clubs, and a modern skyline of glass skyscrapers. Seattle is located on the beautiful shores of Elliott Bay. The snowy peaks of Mount Rainier can be seen in the distance. There are numerous attractions in and around Seattle for visitors and their families to experience and enjoy while in the great Northwest. No trip to the great Northwest would be complete without visiting the Space Needle. This Seattle landmark was built for the World’s fair in 1962. The Space Needle is 605 feet tall, From the 520 foot tall Observation deck, visitors and their families can get beautiful views of the skyline of Seattle and the Puget Sound area. Visitors and their families can also dine at SkyCity which is a restaurant that rotates 360 degrees. This restaurant serves the finest steaks and Northwest seafood along with the usual fare. The Seattle Center is an urban 74 acre park and home many attractions such as the Seattle Children’s Museum, the Intiman Theater, the Seattle Repertory Theater, the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Seattle Opera, the Science Fiction Museum, the Experience Music Project, the Pacific Science Center, and the Space Needle. At the Pike Place Market, visitors and their families can enjoy a fine meal at one of the many great restaurants, shop for the season's best fresh seafood, produce, gifts, or handmade crafts. The Seattle Center Monorail was also built for the Seattle World’s Fair in 1962 and is the completely self-sufficient public transit system in the nation. These days, the Monorail offers a convenient, fast, and enjoyable link for locals as well as visitors and their families between downtown Seattle and the Seattle Center. The Seattle Waterfront offers visitors and their families the opportunity to see views of the prime harbor and Elliott Bay is a deep water natural harbor that is teeming with many different pleasure watercraft, sightseeing tour boats, luxury cruise lines, and ferry boats. Pioneer Square is the historic district in Seattle and is located on the southernmost edge of the downtown Seattle. There are about 20 square blocks of many different lounges, pubs, and bars, restaurants, art galleries, museums, and Victorian Romanesque architecture.
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