In Seattle, enjoy a cup of coffee and enjoy a lazy and slow life.
Seattle has always been beautiful and rainy in my impressions. When I was young, I saw [Sleepless in Seattle] and fell in love with Meg Ryan and the small bookstore on the corner of the street. When I watched the American TV series [Grey's Anatomy], I liked Dr. Grey, who was full of heart and heart. At the same time, Seattle's landmark space needle tower was deeply deep in my mind.
Then look at Tang Wei and Hyun Bins starring [late autumn], the continuous autumn rain makes the film cast a strong tragic color at the beginning; and [Beijing meets Seattle], obviously The movie filmed in Vancouver has been crowned with the name of Seattle, which shows that the directors preference for Seattle is high. I finally came to this love-fighting city, and I took a short trip with my friends and slowly felt the heavy makeup in Seattle.
Coffee Culture and Starbucks Starbucks
Coffee For the Seattle natives, it's just like the sun, the air and the water, it's a daily necessity. The cafs that are everywhere can be found all over the streets. Whether you are accustomed to a fast-paced life or a casual Seattleer, you won't refuse a Latte or Cappuccino. In Seattle's unique fragrance, leisurely When the sun goes down, enjoy the lazy life that has been stolen for half a day.
Seattle people are obsessed with coffee, saying that there are two coffee shops on each small street. It is definitely not an exaggeration. The United States is the country with the largest coffee consumption in the world. It consumes one-third of the world's total coffee production every year. I don't know how much the Seattle people contribute in this number. Because of this, Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks' first store.
[Soul of Seattle - Pike Market]
is called "Soul of Seattle" by locals. It has more than 100 years of history and is the oldest farmer's market in the United States. one. It is said that before the market was established, the fishermen who had arrived early and late had to sell the fish that had been salvaged to the retailers. Because the benefits were shared, the fishermans harvest was always unsatisfactory, and the guests had no choice but to buy fish at the retailer. . Mass protests frequently forced the government to open the area adjacent to Elliott Bay for fishermen to use, and the Pike fish market was born.
During the day, it is a scene of freshness and vocality: the hawkers who sell the fish clean up the freshly caught seafood, and there is no stinking smell. When the buyer pays the bill, the hawker will perform the trick. The classic play code of the fish-baked package, scared others to hide from the left and right, for fear of being caught by fresh fish, for a hundred years, and never tired.
Remember the movie "Beijing meets Seattle" where Frank took Wen Jiajia to buy Alaska crabs? The location is Seattle's Pike Place Market. Known as the "Soul of Seattle", the market was founded on August 17, 1907 and is the oldest farmer's market in the United States. It has been through a hundred years of wind and rain. It sells the freshest fruits and vegetables and seafood on the day. There is no middleman to make a difference, the prices are reasonable, and it provides for the most of Seattle's daily life. There is also the world's first Starbucks, the "world's dirtiest spot" gum wall, and the dock terrace overlooking the rolling snow-capped mountains.
I fell in love with the small corner of Seattle's heart
I heard about the famous Pike Market before coming to Seattle. Because it is a famous attraction, I didn't have much expectations for the attraction. It was unexpected after I went there. Have a feeling of heart! This is the oldest farmer's market in the United States. The fish shoppers are selling small songs and throwing fish away, like in the "flying fish show", flowers, jams, fruits, etc. are almost fresh and perfect! In the market, I don't follow the common sense to go to Xiaoli, and there are surprises around the corner. Everywhere is my favorite American retro. do you know? Sitting on the American old-fashioned gray-blue window, the warm sunshine sprinkled on the body, looking at the lake and the Ferris wheel outside the window, it was so comfortable. Yes, there is nothing wrong. If you want to understand the lifestyle of a city, you have to go to the small corner of the local farmers market.
It used to be a fish market, selling seafood, and later became a market for selling flowers and food. The market has become a symbol of Seattle, famous, attracting visitors from all over the world. Touch the little golden pig at the door, watch a flying fish show, listen to the sip of the market, buy a bag of Pike's exclusive star dad coffee beans, pick a few beautiful refrigerator stickers, time goes by. In the clear skies, Seattles meeting for us was great! Before I came to worry about the sun all day long, the first day disappeared!
is the market and the attraction. The booths here are all colorful, and here, the value is more important than the low price. Walk and pat, the shop owners here are calm, the lens of the horse, used to see. Visitors to the Pike Market must visit the world's first star dad, just outside the market. There are a lot of Chinese people waiting in line, and the store is very small. There are coffee beans made in the Pike market, which are only available for sale. The cup is also very distinctive, retro style.
Pike Place Market is a long-established farmer's market in the United States. It not only supplies a variety of local fresh fruits and vegetables and seafood, but also attracts numerous artisans and street performers. Here, you can see the spectacular Alaska King Crab, enjoy the lively "fish throwing show," or stroll through the beautiful old retro streets.
Harris Harvey Gallery
The Gum Wall
"City | landmark"
Holocaust Center for Humanity
Pike Place Chowder(Pike Place Market)
Elliott’s Oyster House
"Local Favorites""Spectacular Views"
The Charter Hotel Seattle, Curio Collection by Hilton