Check Out the Always Free Pike Place Market in Seattle
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There are few landmarks that invoke Seattle as much as the glowing red letters of the Pike Place Market. Sure, it’s a tourist trap, but it recalls a time when nearby farmers sold their produce to the hungry city masses. Stop by the Gum Wall to leave your own chewy legacy. Take in the fishmongers throwing salmon around. Seattle boasts lots of neighborhood outdoor markets, actually. The market in Fremont sells everything from consignment clothes from the 1980s (perfect for your hipster friends) to furniture sets, old maps, old records, old games and more Sundays, right next to a ship canal; www.fremontmarket.com.
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