Tips and Articles for Seattle

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West Coast travel could get very cultural this month — and you won't have to break the bank. This February, some U.S. cities are... Read More

The Amtrak Cascades route travels 467 miles through the Pacific Northwest from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Eugene, Oregon, and showcases... Read More

An idea for a new train line may get you from Portland to Vancouver in less than half the time it would take to drive. The Cascadia Rail has a... Read More

Nothing says good morning like a great cup of coffee.And while there are coffee shops that can do the job on seemingly every corner, some are simply... Read More

It may only be the first days of autumn, but there’s some big Christmas news breaking!The largest Christmas light maze in the world will open in Florida... Read More

My family had settled in for dinner at the Four Seasons — we were overlooking the water, watching ferry boats pass, and sipping champagne to celebrate... Read More

Oh the places you’ll go — IRL!Kids of all ages will be able to dive into the pages of beloved Dr. Seuss books like The Cat in the Hat and The Lorax at a... Read More

A museum visit can be interesting, enriching and exciting. It can also be expensive.But on Saturday, Sept. 21, more than 1,500 museums in all 50 states... Read More

Middle-earth is a land of magical wizards, elves and hobbits, where battles between good and evil test the best characters. It’s a world as synonymous... Read More

There are a few right and wrong ways to interact with wild animals. Attempting to kiss an octopus on the face isn't one of them.While taking part in a... Read More

The Pacific Northwest conjures up images of crisp air, the freshest seafood and dreamy sunsets over the Puget Sound. From Seattle, you can check out for... Read More

There may be many reasons you want to go back to 2008. But if your sense of nostalgia is rooted in the fact that that was the year the first “Twilight”... Read More

It can be tough to stay in touch with family — busy lives and hectic schedules can get in the way of seeing each other as much as we'd like. That’s why... Read More

What are the first few things you think of when you think of Seattle? Flannel shirts? Grunge music? Starbucks coffee? How about delicious craft beer... Read More

It might be difficult (and expensive) to book a week-long last-minute 4th of July vacation, but it’s not too late to plan a quick trip to somewhere... Read More

Thanks to its supposed calming and anti-inflammatory effects, cannabidiol, better known as CBD, seems to be appearing in everything these days, from... Read More

Booking plane tickets is often a guessing game — book too early and you might miss a fare drop, book too late and you might be left with pricey tickets... Read More

August arrives with the feeling that summer is moving along too quickly, or for some who don’t enjoy the hot weather of their hometowns, too slowly. In... Read More

If you haven’t already planned your Memorial Day getaway, it’s not too late. You can still get out of town for a perfect weekend escape.Yelp has... Read More

Airplane food service hasn’t changed much since the introduction of the wheeled trolley, but some designers think it’s time to toss out the galleys and... Read More

Just two weeks ago, Starbucks was in the news for opening its largest store ever (again) in Tokyo, with the new Reserve Roastery coming in at 32,000... Read More

The traditional airport experience is one that most people dread. Traffic, malfunctioning check-in machines, flustered representatives and the... Read More

If you thought your holiday travel experience was bad, think again.According to The Points Guy, passengers on a Delta flight from Beijing, China to... Read More

Earlier this week, passengers on board a Southwest flight were a bit shocked to find out their plane had to turn back. It wasn’t due to weather or... Read More

When Amazon announced it was going to build a second headquarters, it was a year-long PR campaign that inspired endless speculation and anticipation,... Read More

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