Last Saturday morning, Tom and I visited downtown Seattle.
Being on Jury Duty, got me excited see Seattle again.
If these old floors could talk.
This building is over a hundred years old.
Starbucks opened it's doors in 1971.
The skyline is a mix of the old and new buildings.
Pike Place Market has so many back allies.
This one has become very popular.
Check out this wall...
Can you guess what it is?
It's called the Gum Wall.
When you visit the Pike Place Market,
another for sure visit, is the Fish Market where they actually throw fish.
Very famous for (flying) throwing the fish.
Oh yea, we bought some Salmon to take home.
This Fish Market is also famous for the start
of what is now called, FISH! Philosophy.
Tom couldn't pass up this bakery.
They served Russian pasties and they were oh so good.
It wouldn't be Seattle without rain.
The street was made out of these old bricks.
I want to go back again. So much to see.
We didn't even stay for the opening of the vender's stalls.
That will have to be another day and another post.