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One Day Wander

Destination(s): Seattle

If you are in the unfortunate position of having only one day in Seattle there are a few things you must see while you're here and a few restauraunts you should definitely not miss. read more about One Day Wander

Sorrento Hotel

Sorrento Hotel

  • 900 Madison St
  • Terry
  • tel:800/426-1265
  • Visit website
  • Seattle, 98104

Old-world style and modern service – that's the Sorrento, the longest-operating boutique hotel in Seattle. Each of the 76 guest rooms are unique in decor, but all feature beds with Egyptian cotton linens, Italian marble bathrooms, high-speed Internet, DirectTV with movie channels, and CD sound systems.

Amenities? Glad you asked. If the shiatsu massage isn't enough to get those airplane kinks out of your neck, perhaps the pilates classes Sorrento's offers will do the trick. Afterward, treat your skin to a full treatment at Bellezza on the lower lobby level.

The Sorrento is more than pet-friendly; not only are pets allowed, but doggie day care and grooming services are available.



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Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

  • 85 Pike Street
  • Between Pike and Pine sts. at First Ave
  • tel:206/682-7453
  • Visit website
  • Seattle, 98121

Nine acres of fresh produce, seafood, coffee, donuts, crafts, unique restaurants and friendly vendors, all set against a backdrop of the Puget Sound – that's Pike Place Market, widely recognized as one of the oldest and best farmer's markets in the country. If you only have one day in Seattle, head downtown to get a real taste of the city in every sense. From fresh cheese curds at Beecher's to chowder at Pike Place Chowder, from necklaces and bags to hand-stitched leather journals and hats, from accordions to pianos to hula-hooping guitarists – there's something for your eyes, ears, and nose everywhere you look at the market.
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Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Art Museum

  • 100 University Street
  • tel:+1 206 654 3100
  • Visit website
  • Seattle, 98101
The Space Needle

The Space Needle

  • 400 Broad St
  • Seattle Center
  • tel:206/905-2100
  • Visit website
  • Seattle, 98121

Built for the 1962 World's Fair, this 605-foot towering structure may also rate as one of the nation's most recognized structures...and one of its most overrated tourist traps.  The $22 adult day-and-night ticket is about as steep as the Needle itself, and one's wait in line will often exceed the time spent at the top.  The views are free and just as impressive atop the Columbia Tower nearby on Fifth Avenue.

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Frye Art Museum

Frye Art Museum

  • 704 Terry Ave
  • At Cherry St
  • tel:206/622-9250
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  • Seattle, 98164
Licorous

Licorous

Lark

Lark

Hideout (The)

Hideout (The)

  • 1005 Boren Avenue
  • Northwest corner of Madison & Boren
  • tel:206 903 8480
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  • Seattle, 98104