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JENNY AND JOHN 'S WEDDING

August, 2008 in Seattle, WA
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Ceremony: Museum of History and Industry

Ceremony:

Museum of History and Industry

2700 24th Ave E
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 324-1125

Parks of Interest:

Gas Works Park

Parks of Interest:

Golden Gardens Park

Parks of Interest:

Green Lake Park

Parks of Interest:

Washington Park Arboretum

Hotel:

Marriott Courtyard-Downtown/Lake Union

925 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 213-0100

Hotel:

Best Western Executive Inn

200 Taylor Ave N
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-9444

Hotel:

Edgewater Hotel

2411 Alaskan Way # 67
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-7000

Hotel:

Eighth Avenue Inn

2213 8th Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-6300

Hotel:

Hotel Max

620 Stewart St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 956-8500

Hotel:

Mediterranean Inn

425 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 428-4700

Hotel:

Ramada Inn Downtown

2200 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-9785

Hotel:

Red Lion Hotel On 5th Ave

1415 5th Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 971-8000

Hotel:

Seattle Westin

1900 5th Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-1000

Hotel:

Springhill Suites-Downtown

1800 Yale Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 254-0500

Hotel:

The Pan Pacific Seattle

2200 Westlake Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 264-8111

Hotel:

Warwick Hotel

401 Lenora St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 443-4300

Restaurant:

Agua Verde Cafe & Paddle Club

1303 NE Boat St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 545-8570

"On summer afternoons, the crowd clamoring to get inside Agua Verde spills out onto the sidewalk. Part of the reason for this is the restaurant's picturesque view of Lake Union. But for the most part, Agua Verde's patrons are all about its low-priced and thoroughly tasty Mexican food. Expect the best fish tacos available in Seattle. Whether the decision is for spicy catfish, grilled halibut or salmon, all come with fragrant, handmade tortillas, creamy avocado sauce and generous accents of cilantro and pico de gallo."

Restaurant:

Deluxe Bar and Grill

625 Broadway E
Seattle, WA 98102
(206) 324-9697

"Straightforward cocktails, a diverse microbrew selection and rich pub food draw a relaxed neighborhood crowd for post-work happy hours."

Restaurant:

Dick's Drive-In Restaurant

115 Broadway E
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 323-1300

"Seattle's legendary burger-flipping and milkshake-slinging takeout joint, going strong since 1954. Dick Spady's orange-hued drive-in is Seattle's answer to the Golden Arches. The Dick's Deluxe comes topped with American cheese and a squirt of pickle-specked mayo. Hand-cut fries (pay a few cents extra for ketchup or tartar sauce) and Vitarich milkshakes are meant to be eaten in the front seat of the car, radio blaring."

Restaurant:

Galerias

611 Broadway E
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 322-5757

"Expect a fab fiesta feel and waiters as warm and colorful as the complimentary chips served with spicy, avocado-laced salsa. Entrees like the Maria Christina Frias feature a huge coconut-covered shrimp with spicy dipping sauce. The chilies en Nogada offers two poblanos filled with beef, pork, apples, pears, almonds and a light walnut ranchero. The corn ice cream wrapped in a soft tortilla is big enough for two."

Restaurant:

Lowell's Restaurant

1519 Pike pl
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 622-2036

"A visit to Seattle's Pike Place Market is not complete without also experiencing Lowell's, the "living room of the market." Here you'll find the best views of Elliott Bay, generous portions of delicious food, affordable prices, a friendly, attentive staff, full-service bar and the incomparable atmosphere of the market. Lowell's: "Almost Classy" and a Pacific Northwest tradition since 1957 for visitors and natives alike!"

Restaurant:

Luna Park Cafe

2918 SW Avalon Way
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 935-7250

"If retro diners specializing in well-lubed food is your thing, you will swoon over this cafe, with its folksy décor, booth jukeboxes, eggy all-day breakfasts, generously bedecked burgers and real ice-cream milkshakes. It’s a jolly, family-oriented place whose friendly service and prices will warm your heart. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner."

Restaurant:

Mamma Melina Ristorante

4759 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 632-4333

"You will feel immediately transported to the Old Country when you walk in to this cozy, warm and romantic restaurant. The family moved here from Italy in 1989 and have since been running the joint with the same attention and grace as you would do in your own home. A piano player sings Italian tunes and takes requests on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Whether you are looking for a family gathering, a romantic dinner, a birthday celebration or just entertaining friends or coworkers, Mamma Melina will surpass your expectations. The Varchetta family promises good service, great food, great atmosphere and fair prices ($9 to $16 on average for food, and wines start at $17). Buon appetito e grazie."

Restaurant:

Ototo Sushi

7 Boston St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 691-3838

"Presentation is lovely, doing the bright, fresh sashimi justice--the soft, silken amoebi (sweet raw shrimp) and delicate hotate (scallop) stand out. The spicy tuna roll is one of the best in the city, but also the simple Negitoro (fatty tuna with green onion) is equally impressive. Among the entrees, the miso-marinated salmon is excellent, as is the monkfish in sweet mango sauce."

Restaurant:

The Melting Pot

14 Mercer St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 378-1208

"Here fondue becomes a memorable four-course dining experience, where you can really dip into something different. Enjoy a choice of four flavorful fondue cooking styles and a variety of tasty entrees, including tender beef, boneless breast of chicken, duck, lobster, shrimp, scallops, salmon and much more. All are available in many different combinations with a variety of special dipping sauces. Cheese fondues can be ordered separately and are included with the purchase of any combination dinner. Along with every entrée, you’ll get breads, savory vegetables, and even a choice of three different fresh salads."

Entertainment:

Chopstix

11 Roy St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 270-4444

"Chopstix dueling piano bar is a sing-a-long, clap-a-long, drink-a-long, eat-a-long, dance-a-long, laugh-a-long restaurant and bar. Two uniquely talented piano players take the stage behind two baby grand pianos to host what promises to be a memorable evening of Music, Comedy and Entertainment."

Entertainment:

Comedy Underground

222 S Main St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 628-0303

"National and local acts featured nightly along with food and drink service at this dark, underground Pioneer Square comedy club."

Entertainment:

Dimitrious Jazz Alley

2033 6th Ave # 255
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-9729

"In its first 26 years, Dimitriou's Jazz Alley has become the West Coast's premiere jazz club and is the third longest running jazz club in the Nation. Every week the club brings popular names in jazz, blues and world-music to Seattle audiences."

Attraction:

Downtown Shopping District

"When you're really serious about shopping — we're talking school clothes, the perfect gown — there's only one place to go: downtown, ground zero for Seattle shopping. This is where you'll find all the major chains: The Gap, Anthropolgie, Old Navy, Eddie Bauer, Banana Republic, etc."

Attraction:

Experience Music Project

325 5th Ave N
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 770-2700

"EMP is a one-of-a-kind music museum combining interactive and interpretive exhibits to tell the story of the creative, innovative and rebellious expression that defines American popular music. Featuring a world-class collection of artifacts, unique architecture by Frank O. Gehry, state-of-the-art technology, and exciting interactive presentations, EMP will encourage visitors of all ages and backgrounds to experience the power and joy of music in its many forms."

Attraction:

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks)

3015 Northwest 54th St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 783-7059

"Though staring at a canal may not seem terribly exciting, these locks are definitely worth a visit if you're in the area. The canal is quite pretty, especially on a sunny summer day, and you don't have to be an engineering buff to enjoy watching this fascinating system in action. In addition to boat traffic, the locks see an estimated half million salmon and trout make the journey from saltwater to fresh each year with the help of a nearby fish ladder. Finally, a trip to the locks isn't complete without a stroll around the 7-acre Carl Anonymous Jr. Botanic Garden. Guided tours of the locks are available; however, the brochure from the visitor center and the plaques by the locks will give you plenty of information if you don't have time for a tour."

Attraction:

Pacific Science Center

200 2nd Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 443-2001

"Pacific Science Center is a not-for-profit science foundation serving one million people a year in every county of Washington state, inspiring a lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs."

Attraction:

Pike Place Market

"Pike Place Market is internationally recognized as America's premier farmers' market and is home to nearly 200 year-round commercial businesses; 190 craftspeople and 120 farmers who rent table space by the day; and 240 street performers and musicians. "The Market," as the locals affectionately say, attracts 10 million visitors a year, making it one of Washington's most frequently visited destinations."

Attraction:

Ride the Ducks of Seattle

516 Broad St
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-3825

Attraction:

Seattle Aquarium

1483 Alaskan Way # 59
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 386-4320

"The heartbeat of hands-on marine experience and preservation education in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Aquarium offers fun, exciting ways to discover more about the amazing Puget Sound that surrounds you!"

Attraction:

Seattle Center Fun Forest

"A small-scale amusement park in the heart of the Seattle Center, the Seattle Center Fun Forest has rides and attractions that both young and old will enjoy!"

Attraction:

The Space Needle

219 4th Ave N
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 905-2100

"Built in 1962, the Space Needle served as the symbol of that year's World's Fair. It has since become the symbol of Seattle, and one of the most recognizable structures in the world."

Attraction:

University Village Shopping Center

"Located just north of downtown Seattle, University Village is the premier open-air lifestyle shopping center in the Pacific Northwest and offers a unique formula of national stores and local retailers."

Attraction:

Woodland Park Zoo

"Main entrance on 50th. Woodland Park Zoo encompasses 92 acres and features more than 1,090 individual animals representing nearly 300 species. The grounds are divided into what are known as bioclimatic zones, the unique habitats around the world, from tropical rain forests to the frigid climes of the Far North. The zoo provides a home for 35 endangered and five threatened animal species. The zoo's botanical collection includes 7,000 trees and more than 50,000 shrubs and herbs representing more than 1,000 species."

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