What to do in Seattle (EN)

I have earlier written about Seattle’s historical Pioneer Square, the hip Capitol Hill, the always-famous Pike Place Market and a wonderful place to eat called “Etta’s.” So now, it is the turn of Seattle’s waterfront area – a must-go strip if you want to get a real sense of the city’s unique all-water ambiance. Seattle is the city famous for its perennial rain showers. But unlike Thailand’s tropical rain which can actually pour, hard, rains in the US Pacific Northwest tend to be, at least most of the time anyway, sprinkle, drizzles, or showers. Seattle also has a unique geographical feature; it is...

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Etta’s Seafood, Seattle (EN)

With moderation ^-^ Washington state oysters at Etta's Seafood in Seattle A post shared by Ohhappybear (@ohhappybear) on Sep 4, 2013 at 6:10pm PDT I still got a little bit hung up on the taste of fresh seafood we had at Etta’s – a restaurant owned by Seattle’s chef celebrity, the much-praised and self-trained Tom Douglas who, with his wife Jackie Cross, now manages as much as 14 restaurants in Seattle and a farm in Prosser, Washington where they grew vegetables and herbs that are now used in all of his restaurants which make his places even more unique and impressive. Lovely dungerness crab salad A post shared by...

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