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Sloop Tavern in Ballard

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Just a block from the Ballard Locks, the Sloop Just a block from the Ballard Locks, the Sloop offers a taste of Ballard's local color. The Sloop Tavern offers a long tradition (50 years) as a true tavern experience where you might see some of the fisherman from "The Deadliest Catch" powering down a "sloopersized" beer (33.8 oz.) We thank this family-owned and operated tavern for sponsoring the Deadliest Tour created by Captain Gary Covich of the crabber "Cascade Mariner".

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Created on 7/21/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Pegasus Pizza offers Mediterranean-style Pizza

Pegasus Pizza offers Mediterranean-style Pizza by you

Serving Mediterranean-style pizza to West Seattle for over 25 years, Pegasus Pizza offers an inviting deal to expose you to their mouth-watering menu. Located in the heart of Alki Beach, enjoy the pie and feast on the view (or vice versa).

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Created on 7/21/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Place Pigalle - view dining in Pike Place Market

Place Pigalle - view dining in Pike Place Market by you

Fresh, elegant seafood and a rustic-yet-romantic setting makes Place Pigalle one of the Pike Place Market's best-kept secrets. What began as a watering hole for sailors a hundred years ago is now a nationally acclaimed fine dining establishment through the commitment and efforts of proprietors Seth and Lluvia Walker.

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Created on 7/21/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Edmonds --  Walking tour of Waterfront

Edmonds -- Walking tour of Waterfront by you

Edmonds is one of Washington’s most livable waterfront towns. Located right on the Puget Sound, the community’s downtown is very walkable with an abundance of restaurants and gift stores. Edmonds takes pride in retaining its sense of community, and they have intentionally kept the buildings to just a few stories to protect their community culture. On each side of the Washington State Ferry terminal are very pleasant waterfront parks. This tour will help you enjoy the waterfront walkways as it guides you through both parks – Brackett’s North and South. The outlook from the shores faces west toward the Olympic Mountain range and north up Admiralty Inlet – the access from the Pacific Ocean to Seattle and the south Puget Sound. Edmonds was settled in 1800's by the George Brackett family. A casual pace on this tour will take about 30 minutes. If you bring a picnic lunch or a take out from one of the nearby establishments, you can enjoy very pleasant dining on a sunny day.

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Created on 7/5/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Fraternity Row at University of Washington

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The University of Washington is Washington's largest collegiate campus with the state’s largest fraternity system. On this walking tour you'll get acquainted with the Greek names of all 31 national fraternities and their houses in 45-60 minutes. Most of the houses are within a 2 block by 5 block area directly north of the UW campus. Tour commentary introduces you to the characteristics of the Greek system, their Greek letter names, and their community activities. We offer another tour – Greek Row at UW – combining the fraternity and sorority system into a single tour.

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Created on 6/26/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Sorority Row at University of Washington

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We walk the streets of UW's Greek Row introducing you to all 16 national sororities of the Greek system at University Washington. Allow 45-60 minutes

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Created on 6/26/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Fishermen's Terminal by Captain Gary Covich

Fishermen's Terminal by Captain Gary Covich by you

Welcome to the last of the working waterfronts on the West Coast. Fishermen's Terminal is at 3919 - 18th Ave. W. in the Ballard area of Seattle

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Created on 6/7/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Greek Row at University of Washington

Greek Row at University of Washington by you

Greek Row for the University of Washington lies within blocks of the main entrance to the campus at NE 45th. One out of every ten undergraduate students at the UW are members of one of the 16 sororities and 31 fraternities that are mostly housed within a 2 block by 5 block area directly north of the UW campus. Our walking tour will pass by all 47 houses of the 3,300 member Greek System, and the tour will likely take an hour. Commentary includes photos and specific information about each fraternity and sorority of the Greek System at the University of Washington.

00:40:14 |                      (1 vote) | Viewed 134 times
Created on 4/23/2011 | Rated E for Everyone
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Harper Blaine's Neighborhood by Kat Richardson

Harper Blaine's Neighborhood by Kat Richardson by you

Your guide is Kat Richardson, the national bestselling author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels. Her recurring protagonist is Private Investigator Harper Blaine who has offices in Pioneer Square, and many of the plot elements of the novels occur in this mystery-laden setting. In this tour Kat introduces you to many of the Pioneer Square locations featured in her novels.Start: North end of Pioneer Park (SE corner of First and Cherry) Length: 40 minutes Tour type: Walking tour with one block of uphill and remainder at easy grade. (Challenging for wheel chair or stroller for the first block.)

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Created on 11/15/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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パイオニア・スクエア -最長ビル決定戦コンテスト: Pioneer Square Tall Building

パイオニア・スクエア -最長ビル決定戦コンテスト: Pioneer Square Tall Building by you

パイオニア・スクエアは100年前はシアトルの下町でした。忌まわしい「1889年の大火」が シアトルの再復興へとつながったのです。焼き地と化してしまったシアトルをすぐ再建させる必要があったため、これが シアトル最長ビル決定戦コンテストをうみだすきっかけとなりました。コンテストの頂点に輝いた建物はそれは

00:34:23 |                      (1 vote) | Viewed 13 times
Created on 9/7/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Monorail ride and visit Seattle Center

Monorail ride and visit Seattle Center by you

A 2 minute ride on Seattle's Monorail The monorail inspired by Disneyland takes you from downtown Seattle to the Seattle Center just as it carried thousands during the 1962 World’s Fair. Once you arrive at Seattle Center (on the site of the 1962 World’s Fair) our Washington native son, Aaron, guides you on a walking tour around the 74 acre grounds introducing you to the Seattle Center campus, Key Arena, Pacific Science Center, EMP, and the Space Needle. Start at: Monorail station on upper level of Westlake Center Mall at 5th and Pine Street

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Created on 8/19/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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バラード・ロックス Ballard Locks

バラード・ロックス Ballard Locks by you

バラード・ロックス、この場所こそがシアトル内での一番の人気を誇る観光名所です。 このバラード・ロックスでは100年以上もの長い期間、塩水のパジェット・サウンドと淡水のワシントン池との 間を船が行き来していました。さらに太平洋へと戻っていく鮭たちの大事な帰宅通路でもありました。運がよければ 閘門を出入

00:14:02 |                      (1 vote) | Viewed 25 times
Created on 8/15/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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LINKライトレール: シータック空港~シアトル下町 Japanese

LINKライトレール: シータック空港~シアトル下町 Japanese by you

Take the Light Rail from the Seatac Airport to Downtown Seattle. 「リンク」ライトレール線は空港からシアトルの下町までをつなぐ最新かつ格安である交通手段です。 日中は列車は10分おきに走り、移動時間は40分、値段はたったの2ドル50.こ

00:17:31 |                      (1 vote) | Viewed 115 times
Created on 7/27/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Pier 55 along Waterfront thru Public Market

Pier 55 along Waterfront thru Public Market by you

Enjoy the heart of the old waterfront as you take a walking ( wheelchair/stroller friendly) tour along the central waterfront from Pier 55 to the Aquarium on Pier 59, then crossing Alaskan Way to ride the hidden elevator up to the top level to a terrific photo opp of the bay, ferry traffic, Mt. Rainier, and more before you enter the top level of the Public Market. The walking tour visits the highlights of the Public Market as you loop around the top level of the Pike Place Market before returning you to the waterfront. Tour includes the original Starbuck’s, the newest “concept” Starbuck’s, the first frozen yogurt stand in Washington, flying Salmon, colorful produce stands, and more. Start at: Pier 55 (1101 Alaskan Way) Tour Length: 70 minutes Tour Type: Walking – level grades with elevators

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Created on 7/21/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Seattle Airport to Downtown on LINK Light Rail

Seattle Airport to Downtown on LINK Light Rail by you

So new that most Seattle citizens have yet to ride it, the LINK Light Rail is the least expensive way to travel from the SeaTac international airport to downtown Seattle. It runs approximately every 10 minutes during the week days and every 15 minutes on the weekends. The trip from the airport to downtown Seattle typically takes 40 minutes, and it costs $2.50 one-way. This tour helps you enjoy the 40 minute ride and introduces you to the various stops and sightseeing opportunities. Start at: SeaTac Airport Tour Length: 40 Minute ride Tour Type: Light Rail

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Created on 6/30/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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A Walking Tour of Downtown Kirkland by Aaron

A Walking Tour of Downtown Kirkland by Aaron by you

Lake Washington is the largest body of fresh water bordering the east limits of the city of Seattle. Two floating bridges carry the traffic from Seattle to the cities and communities located east of Lake Washington. Before these floating bridges, most people were carried across the lake by ferry boat. One of the few remaining waterfront communities from these old water traffic days is the city of Kirkland. Today’s Kirkland is a waterfront community on the shores of Lake Washington offering a charming, pedestrian-friendly downtown that beckons you to explore. The downtown of Kirkland has several decades of acquiring public art that is installed throughout the waterside community. Viewing these art pieces is a good attraction for a delightful one hour walking tour that explores 15 blocks on level or slight grades. The starting point for this tour is the Kirkland Library’s free parking lot at 308 Kirkland Way. The tour passes many restaurants and coffee shops as well as a waterfront park with benches and lawn

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Created on 6/21/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Ballard Locks:  Locks for Boats and Ladders for Fish

Ballard Locks: Locks for Boats and Ladders for Fish by you

Captain Gary Covich, a second generation Seattle native and skipper of a crab boat, introduces you to one of the most popular visitor destinations in Seattle – The Ballard Locks. For nearly a hundred years these Ballard Locks have carried boats between the saltwater of Puget Sound and the fresh water of Lake Washington. A visit to these locks also offers an up close view of the fish ladder for salmon to climb as they return from their stay in the Pacific Ocean. With a bit of luck you’ll see big boats transit the locks and big salmon climb the ladder. This tour begins at 3005 NW 54th in Seattle’s Ballard community (several miles north of Downtown Seattle). The Locks include a visitor’s center, picnic areas, and botanical gardens and there is metered public parking at the entrance. Start at: 3005 NW 54th Tour Length: 40 minutes Cost: Modest parking fee to be expected. Tour Type: Gentle walking/level in most places and friendly to wheel chairs and strollers

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Created on 6/9/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Pioneer Square -Historic Tour of Fire and Gold

Pioneer Square -Historic Tour of Fire and Gold by you

Seattle's historic Pioneer Square is the original downtown Seattle. Initially the economy was the Yesler sawmill and shipping from the nearby docks. The young city was devastated by "The Great Seattle Fire of 1889" and the resulting “rebuild” of Seattle got a boost as Seattle became the jumping off port for the "Klondike Gold Rush". When the first ship from the Klondike landed with a load of gold in 1897, an economic boom began that established Seattle as a major city on the West Coast in just a few decades. Our tour visits many of the “gold-rush” buildings that still stand in Pioneer Square. For most people this is a 60 minute tour. It is a 12 block walking tour on level sidewalks that passes by the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. This tour is a fun way to see the best of the well-preserved and historic Pioneer Square. Start at: 101 Yesler Way Tour Length: 90 minutes Tour Type: Walking and friendly to wheel chairs and strollers

00:39:30 |                      (1 vote) | Viewed 268 times
Created on 6/7/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Pioneer Square - Boom town race for tallest building

Pioneer Square - Boom town race for tallest building by you

The "Great Fire of 1889" was the reset button for Pioneer Square was the commercial downtown of a booming Seattle more than a 100 years ago. The devastating "Great Fire of 1889" called for a restart of Seattle. A replacement Seattle had to be built quickly, and these conditions attracted investors and developers who pursued the bragging rights for owning the tallest building in Seattle. In this tour, we follow the contest from the first tall building at four stories to the winner that was a building so tall that it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi for 50 years. This tour begins at 101 Yesler Way across from Pioneer Park. It can be easily accessed from Pier 55 by riding the southbound #99 bus to 101 Yesler Way. The tour is 6 blocks of level and slight grade walking. Start at: 101 Yesler Way Tour Length: 30-40 Minutes Tour Type: Walking with two blocks of steep walking and the remaining blocks are fairly level.

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Created on 6/5/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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Deadliest Tour by Captain Gary Covich

Deadliest Tour by Captain Gary Covich by you

The Deadliest Tour gives us a close-up view of Seattle’s home port for the fishing and crabbing vessels who fish the Bering Sea. The fleet includes several crab boats that are “stars” in the Discovery Channel’s popular show, “The Deadliest Catch”. Our guide for this Deadliest Tour is Captain Gary Covich, skipper of the Seattle-based crabbing vessel, Cascade Mariner. In this tour, Capt. Covich shares the back story for the Seattle’s crab fleet. We go where the crews of the crab boats spend time while in port. This driving and walking tour is an authentic Seattle experience that any fan of the Deadliest Catch will definitely enjoy. And even if you aren’t a fan of the show, you will find this tour a great introduction to the home of the fishing industry in Seattle. The tour begins next to the salt water of Puget Sound and you end at the freshwater Fisherman’s Terminal.

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Created on 5/19/2010 | Rated E for Everyone
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