Pike People

Farmers, artisans, butchers, bakers, musicians and seafood-throwers can all be food at the Pike Place Market. This more-than-a-century old marketplace is a hub for Seattle’s locals to share their craft and fresh goods.

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For us tourists, it is also the wonderful home to the most sanitary US monument: the Post Alley Gum Wall

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The assortment of gum, although the main attraction, is not the only Post Alley eye-catcher. Street art is found as well (most with an anarchist twist)

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Aside from the gum, art, and good eats, Pike Place also offers one of the most beautiful views in Seattle,

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Off to eat more

– ChiChai@Empire

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P.s. Does anyone know if this is Super Mario? The resemblance is uncanny.

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