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No wonder they’re sleepless in Seattle. It’s all that caffeine! The aroma of strong coffee filters through the downtown streets and around the piers. As you explore the city, you run into one coffee shop after another - including the original Starbucks.
THE place for food in Seattle, Pike Place Market dates back to 1907, when farmers parked their wagons next to Elliott Bay and sold fresh produce. Today, the market spreads over 9 acres and features more than 70 eateries.
Many visitors to Seattle come primarily to view the glass sculptures of world-renown artist Dale Chihuly. Many critics feel that Chihuly - with his mammoth installations and strikingly beautiful glass creations - has single handedly redefined glass as an art form.
We've come to Lummi Island, on the outer realm of the San Juan Islands - about 100 miles northwest of Seattle - to experience the culinary wizardry of Blaine Wetzel.
Travel photographer Alfred Bender recently visited the U.S. Southwest. His photos capture both the grandeur of this unique scenery as well as the exquisite small details.
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