Most travel from Alaska goes through Seattle. It’s been some years since we visited, so it seemed a good idea to spend a little time there.
One thing that has not changed is the Pike Place Market.
Throngs of people crowd the area, many there out of curiosity and some actually trying to shop.
Now, I’ve been to farmers markets in many different places, but the Seattle market may be among the most interesting. Fresh seafood is a specialty, and its fishy smell permeates the market.
There are foodstuffs of every kind from baked goods to pasta
and sweet smelling fruits and vegetables.
There is a section for arts and crafts, and if all the wandering makes you hungry there are a number of restaurants and food vendors inside the market.
No where have I ever seen so many flowers. It was hard to pick favorites with such an abundance of choices.
Selecting was made easier by the women behind the flowers who combined beautiful blooms into works of art. From what I observed, many folks had a hard time resisting their creations.
Being surrounded by so much temptation, it was impossible not to indulge in a few things which made for a most enjoyable tini time on our hotel’s rooftop sitting area.
From there we could take in all the action below us, watch the ferris wheel go round and round and take in the comings and going of cargo ships and huge cruise liners. Somehow I enjoyed that as much as being surrounded by mass humanity.
i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind