"Well," said Pooh, "what I like best," and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn't know what it was called.
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Asked by chloecottoncandy:
I'll be visiting Seattle over spring break this year and I've never been! I'll be staying in the U-district area, what are some must sees and cool places to go to for food/fun?? thank you!!
Seattle is awesome. Things you must do include: -Visit Pike’s Place Market (make sure to see the first-ever Starbucks, the flying fish, the gum wall and Beecher’s Cheese) -Do the Seattle Underground Tour at Pioneer Square -Take photos from the Columbia Tower viewing deck (only open during business hours; MUCH BETTER and cheaper than going up the Space Needle) -Visit Kerry Park, Seward Park, Discovery Park, and/or walk around Green Lake -Rent a canoe at UW and go exploring around the Arboretum -See SAM and the Boeing Flight Museum -Eat at any or all of the following: Paseo, La Carta de Oaxaca, La Isla, Than Brothers, Mama’s, Salumi’s, Ray’s Boathouse, Agua Verde, Thai Tom’s -Drink on Capitol Hill if you like ridiculous shenanigans (Unicorn, the Cha-Cha). Drink in Ballard if you like craft beer (the Dray, Reuben’s Brews, anywhere on Ballard Ave). Drink in the U-District to join the fratty crowds (Earl’s, Finn MacCool’s) or annoy them (Flowers, the Galway, College Inn Pub). -And of course, eat a doughnut at Top Pot and a cupcake at Cupcake Royal. Anything I missed, dear readers? Please chime in with your own tips.
I third Thai tom! While you’re in the U. District, also get bubble tea at Yunnie and ice cream at Full Tilt. Also Cedars has some great Indian food. If you like movies, especially something that would benefit from a large screen (I don’t know what’s coming out) go to the Cinerama. Also Gasworks Park is pretty great. If you like Asian food I would suggest checking out the International District. Get dim sum at Jade Garden (make a reservation first) and you really should make a trip to Uwajimaya, which yes is a grocery store but a pretty fun one, and it has a great little bookstore and food court as well. I’m also a fan of Yellow Leaf Cupcakes.
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