This is what the outside main entrance looks like.
It is a most fascinating place to browse around in. The market has been here in this spot since 1907. The Pike Place Market is Seattle's number one tourist draw. Sandwiched between the waterfront and the main drag of First Avenue, this public farmers market has been a hub of waterfront activity since its first day of business, August 17, 1907, when 10,000 visitors overwhelmed vendors.
We are mostly going to hang out by the flower section of the market today.
I must admit I have never seen one of these fish drop! But I am scared every time they throw these guys flying through the air.
So let's check out one more famous landmark. This indeed is the very first orignal Starbucks!
Right across the street from the market. A lot of great people watching here.
It is a very colorful place in the city :>]
Girls getting their coffee's
Now for the hike back UP the hills of Seattle to our hotel. Nothing beats a sunny day in this city. Sun being a very special commodity on the west side of the state!
Hope you enjoyed the tour, and the eye candy of spring!