June 15, 2013
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Kari Bodnarchuk for the Boston Globe
Seattle's Pike Place Market is known for its fresh produce and flying fish.
Find fresh king crab legs, which some say rivals East Coast lobster, at the market.
More than 45,000 engraved tiles make up the floor at Pike Place Market.
Take a 20-minute float plane tour over Seattle with Kenmore Air.
A tour by air allows for spectacular views of Seattle's iconic landmarks.
Grab a sandwich and bowl of Northwest clam chowder from the Alaskan Sourdough Bakery at Miners Landing.
Elliot's Oyster House on Seattle's waterfront is known for its seafood, including Pacific salmon dishes.
The Seattle Great Wheel opened last June and rises 175 feet above Elliott Bay.
Rent a kayak and explore the area's house boats.
At Seattle's Museum of Flight, visitors can see a sprawling treasure trove of aviation history.
Despite its reputation, Seattle gets less rain than New York, but it is one of the country’s top five cloudiest cities.
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