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I'll be traveling up that way in a month or so but my OCD is telling me to plan the trip now.

Was wondering if people who live there or are familiar with the city can give me some info and recommend the following or anything else I should do during my visit there...

 

1. 3 breakfast spots

2. 3 lunch spots

3. 3 dinner spots

4. bars (nothing fancy)

5. sight seeing spots

6. info on public transportation

7. driving to vancouver

 

Thank you in advance and have a great Memorial Day weekend.

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the first thing i'd do if i were in seattle, wa would be to visit bruce lee's grave and pay my respects.

 

but thats just me.

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the first thing i'd do if i were in seattle, wa would be to visit bruce lee's grave and pay my respects.

 

but thats just me.

 

i might as well...

in elementary school i got teased all the time by kids asking if my dad was bruce lee

so i guess i should pay my respects

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Bruce Lee was your dad?!?!?!?!?!

Fuck, bestow his knowledge upon me.

 

You should totally check out the grunge scene there.

I hear it's so real.

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Metro is really easy and cheap in Seattle, you can be anywhere in seattle in no more than an hour.

 

go to capitol hill or 1st in downtown for bars.

 

make sure you check out Dick's and Ezells for dinner or whatever.

 

theres a couple freewalls if you wanna see some rap letters, but that shits gay.

 

umm lets see, OH stay away from Rainier beach, nothing good there.

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^^^ thanks for the useful info

 

Is Mr. Miyagi ya grandad?

 

yes and he's going to karate chop your ass

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1. 3 breakfast spots

1.the high spot cafe

1410 34th Avenue, Seattle, WA‎ - (206) 325-7905‎

2.ihop

 

2. 3 lunch spots

1.eat at dicks at least once

multiple locations

2.mamas pizza

700 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA‎ - (206) 322-6444‎

3. saigon deli....hella cheap, and an iced coffee that will make you shit!:p

1237 South Jackson Street

Seattle, WA 98144-1908

Get Directions

(206) 322-3700

 

3. 3 dinner spots

1. thai toms

4543 University Way Northeast, Seattle, WA‎ - (206) 548-9548

go wherever...just dont miss out on thai toms in the u-district‎

 

4. bars (nothing fancy)

capitol hill or pioneer square, have your pick....theres plenty bars at both

1. lindas

707 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA‎ - (206) 736-5009‎

2.the comet if your feeling grimey and like hearing horribly loud rock

922 East Pike Street, Seattle, WA‎ - (206) 322-9272‎

3.the central

207 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA‎ - (206) 622-0209‎

5. sight seeing spots

1 alki beach

2 pike place market

3 pioneer square underground tour

6. info on public transportation

bus rides free downtown

bustunnels/lightrail might be quicker during the week

 

7. driving to vancouver

might need a passport now so dont forget it.

 

Thank you in advance and have a great Memorial Day weekend.

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pike place is pretty fuckin cool.

the neighborhood by the amtrak station and ballpark is also nice to walk around in.

they have a number of cool neighborhoods actually. there's one i'm thinking of across a bridge over a highway but there's tons of places like that in seattle prolly.

 

i've driven to van and taken the bus, do not take the bus if you can help it because customs is a beyotch. i was denied and now everytime i cross the border there they stop me and it's a big hassle and i need papers.

it is a gorgeous fuckin drive. just absolutely lovely, so take the time to get off the road if you can. take a drive thourgh the cascades. it's only a little out of the way and it's got amazing mountains and some waterfalls and a huge lake that is blue green.

 

i've eaten at a bunch of places in seattle and remember the names of none. same goes for bars. it's a great city, but very expensive. in fact, everytime i leave that city i have two impressions: it's clean and expensive. i thought it was worse than nyc. but bring dough and you'll have fun

 

as for gay bars i dunno, but many of the bars are super posh. prolly gays around.

 

and btw, you mos def must have passport.

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i'll def take my passport. silly question but as far as my dogs go, they just need papers stating their shot updates?

 

fuck i wonder if its more expensive than sf

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i would take all the dog paperwork you can.

absolutely shot records.

maybe some sort of statement from your vet?

i can't look now because this internet isn't working properly, but canadian immigration states what you need. i'd looked into it and found out pits are basically barred entry. so check their website first.

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word.

i totally forgot. it's not pike place.

it's pike's place!

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