DC Glass Seattle

I always run into incredible talent at The Pike Market in Seattle, WA.

Today I ran into David Contreras’ handmade glass products.

Make sure you visit his stand in the Pike Market and check out his Instagram page:

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3 nights and 1200 miles later – Road trip from Seattle, WA to San Diego, CA

Two weeks ago, I started my road trip from Seattle, WA to San Diego, CA. It was my first very long road trip in the US. At first, I was just going to punch-in my destination into my GPS and drive along whatever route it suggests. However, after talking to friends who already took a similar road trip, they advised me to research taking the scenic route instead of the plain and dull I-5 highway. I became intrigued about the scenic route and my research indicated that it would be a longer but much more enjoyable trip.

What follows is my short story where I share my adventure and some tips I learned along the way. Since this is my first road trip from Seattle to San Diego along the Pacific coast and with little to no experience driving along the coast, I am hoping that this article proves to be useful for others who also are looking to embark on a similar experience. Continue reading

The Four Coins Magic Performance

Last summer, while visiting the Pike Market in downtown Seattle, I ran into a street magician. He let me film him while he performance his trick. Enjoy and don’t spoil the fun, you will be able to see his sleight of hand eventually 😉

And you know what? You are absolutely right!

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Landmarks, Museums, Parks, Markets, and other recreational sites

This article contains a collection of various landmarks, museums, parks, markets and other recreational sites that have been featured in this blog:

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Wear a Flower – At Seattle’s Pike Market

The other Sunday, I ran into the “Crystal Bouquet – Wear a flower” artisan shop in the Pike Market in Seattle where they put flowers inside a glass pendant:

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A visit to: Amazon Books in University Village, Seattle

You may have heard on the news that Amazon is opening a physical store to sell books, its products as well as let you play with the Amazon devices family. Additionally, you will have a chance to interact with Amazon techies who will answer all your questions.

In Amazon’s words:

This store is a physical extension of Amazon.com

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