Posts by seattleducks

BoltBus (Seattle Fun Fact #20)

Posted by on Jul 9, 2012 in Uncategorized

Forget planes, trains and automobiles! If you live in Portland or Vancouver, catch a bus to Seattle for as low as $1! (Yep! O-N-E dollar!) BoltBus has daily non-stop trips with prices that vary on demand (the earlier you buy, the cheaper!), plus free Wi-Fi and power outlets on all busses. Or, go the other way as both cities have tons of things to do this summer – just no Duck Tours! Photo courtsey of Puget Sound Business...

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Seattle Center House (Seattle Fun Fact #19)

Posted by on Jul 8, 2012 in Uncategorized

Did you know that the Armory/Center House at Seattle Center has undergone a makeover? They’ve remodeled and welcomed new food options including Skillet Counter, MOD Pizza, Eltana Wood-Fired Bagels, Pie, Street Treats, Dante’s Inferno Dogs and more! This means that next you time you visit the Space Needle, EMP Museum, Pacific Science Center or Ride the Ducks at 5th & Broad, you have some great new lunch options! Photo courtesy of Seattle...

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The Great Seattle Fire (Seattle Fun Fact #18)

Posted by on Jul 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

June 6, 1889. The city burned and we re-built on the 2nd story, creating an underground full of … well, LIFE! (We’re paraphrasing, but if you’d been on a Duck Tour or Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour, you’d know!) On Saturday, we celebrated this epic event in Seattle history with the annual Pioneer Square Seattle Fire Festival! Photo courtesy of Last Resort Fire...

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Agua Verde Cafe & Paddle Club (Seattle Fun Fact #17)

Posted by on Jul 6, 2012 in Uncategorized

Tacos and kayaking?! Agua Verde (in the U-District near the University of Washington) not only serves up fresh tacos and tortas, but doubles as a kayak and paddleboard rental facility on Lake Union! You be sure to wave to the Ducks when you’re out on the lake and we’ll be sure to try to steal your burrito! YUM! Photo courtesy of...

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