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    Guide to Seattle's Hot New Shopping Neighborhoods

    • 10 Activities

    Want to capture the city’s signature indie look?In two up–and–coming neighborhoods, these boutiques will help you tap into Seattle’s creative counter culture. More

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    Guide to Woodinville: Washington's Wine Country

    • 1 Hotel
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Woodinville, Washington, a town of some 10,000 with a climate more suited to pines than vines, sits farther from any workable vineyard than Times Square does, but that hasn’t stopped it from emergi... More

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    Indulging in the Seattle Food Scene

    • 7 Restaurants

    You don’t need a crystal ball to divine that American restaurants of the future will probably resemble Seattle’s new crop: quirky spots defined by chefs’ personalities and the region’s agricultural... More

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    Natural Wonder in the Pacific Northwest

    • 4 Hotels
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 8 Activities

    A string of interconnected waterways and islands, Washington’s Puget Sound provides instant access to the majestic side of the Pacific Northwest. Eagles and whales are frequent sights; on clear day... More

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    The Ultimate Seattle Vacation

    • 4 Hotels
    • 7 Restaurants
    • 4 Activities

    Recession?Seattle never got the memo. The aerospace and tech industries keep this town firmly fixed in the 21st centruy. And flush: a vast network of urban neighborhoods--rife with all things new, ... More

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    Walking Seattle's Georgetown Neighborhood

    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    A formerly rough-around-the-edges district called Georgetown is waking from a decades-long sleep thanks to spirited trailblazers with serious creative cred. More

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    Whidbey Island's Waterfront Retreat

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    • 2 Activities

    Though it’s only a 20-minute ferry ride from Seattle, Whidbey Island feels like the Pacific Northwest’s last frontier—a lost-in-time place of towering redwoods and sparkling coves overlooking Puget... More


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