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36 Hours in Seattle

Today’s New York Times features a travel piece on 36 hours in Seattle, perfect for those wanting to spend the weekend in the “Emerald City” before the event.

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  1. Andrew said,

    August 21, 2006 @ 9:23 am

    Good suggestions, although you’ll need to factor in a lot of taxi rides from downtown to hit most of these.

    Except this silly sentence: “Nobody walks more than three blocks in Seattle, except to air the dog…”

    First, people walk here, miles and miles, and in the rain. And second, “air the dog”? We aren’t all upper east side beer barons with our cigars and monacles here.

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