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Garage rates range $4-$12 for an hour to $20-$36 for a full day. One-way fares depend on distance traveled, but the maximum fares are $3.25, $1.50 (ages 6-18) and $1 (ages 65 and people with disabilities). Shuttle Express' Downtown Airporter operates express buses daily 24 hours between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and various downtown hotels.King County Metro Transit operates a full schedule of bus and trolley service within the Seattle metropolitan area. and 3-6 p.m.), the fare increases to $2.75 (if the route stays within the city of Seattle) or $3.25 (if the route crosses into King County). Tickets are available at station vending machines which accept cash or credit cards. For information phone (206) 398-5000 or (888) 889-6368. One-way fare is $18; free (ages 0-17 with paying adult).

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Garage rates range $4-$12 for an hour to $20-$36 for a full day. One-way fares depend on distance traveled, but the maximum fares are $3.25, $1.50 (ages 6-18) and $1 (ages 65 and people with disabilities). Shuttle Express' Downtown Airporter operates express buses daily 24 hours between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and various downtown hotels.

King County Metro Transit operates a full schedule of bus and trolley service within the Seattle metropolitan area. and 3-6 p.m.), the fare increases to $2.75 (if the route stays within the city of Seattle) or $3.25 (if the route crosses into King County). Tickets are available at station vending machines which accept cash or credit cards. For information phone (206) 398-5000 or (888) 889-6368. One-way fare is $18; free (ages 0-17 with paying adult).

Most addresses also have area designations—N., S., E., W., N. There are off-street parking lots throughout the downtown area. Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport (SEA) is midway between Seattle and Tacoma on SR 99; most scheduled services use Sea-Tac; phone (206) 787-5388 or (800) 544-1965.

Parking garages can be found at Pacific Place (on 6th Avenue between Pine and Olive streets), on Stewart Street between 2nd and 3rd avenues, on 6th Avenue between Union and Pike streets, on Pike Street between 5th and 6th avenues and on 5th Avenue between Seneca and Spring streets. The one-way, cash-only fare is $2.25; $1 (ages 5-12, ages 65 , people with disabilities and active military with ID). The South Lake Union Streetcar runs between Westlake Center downtown and South Lake Union (Fairview Avenue N. King County International Airport/Boeing Field, south of the city, is a smaller airport used by private and charter planes and some regional carriers.

Above all, drink plenty of coffee—you're going to be busy.

The Olympic Peninsula's snowcapped mountains frame the western horizon.

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Garage rates range $4-$12 for an hour to $20-$36 for a full day. One-way fares depend on distance traveled, but the maximum fares are $3.25, $1.50 (ages 6-18) and $1 (ages 65 and people with disabilities). Shuttle Express' Downtown Airporter operates express buses daily 24 hours between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and various downtown hotels.King County Metro Transit operates a full schedule of bus and trolley service within the Seattle metropolitan area. and 3-6 p.m.), the fare increases to $2.75 (if the route stays within the city of Seattle) or $3.25 (if the route crosses into King County). Tickets are available at station vending machines which accept cash or credit cards. For information phone (206) 398-5000 or (888) 889-6368. One-way fare is $18; free (ages 0-17 with paying adult).

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Garage rates range $4-$12 for an hour to $20-$36 for a full day. One-way fares depend on distance traveled, but the maximum fares are $3.25, $1.50 (ages 6-18) and $1 (ages 65 and people with disabilities). Shuttle Express' Downtown Airporter operates express buses daily 24 hours between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and various downtown hotels.

King County Metro Transit operates a full schedule of bus and trolley service within the Seattle metropolitan area. and 3-6 p.m.), the fare increases to $2.75 (if the route stays within the city of Seattle) or $3.25 (if the route crosses into King County). Tickets are available at station vending machines which accept cash or credit cards. For information phone (206) 398-5000 or (888) 889-6368. One-way fare is $18; free (ages 0-17 with paying adult).

Most addresses also have area designations—N., S., E., W., N. There are off-street parking lots throughout the downtown area. Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport (SEA) is midway between Seattle and Tacoma on SR 99; most scheduled services use Sea-Tac; phone (206) 787-5388 or (800) 544-1965.

Parking garages can be found at Pacific Place (on 6th Avenue between Pine and Olive streets), on Stewart Street between 2nd and 3rd avenues, on 6th Avenue between Union and Pike streets, on Pike Street between 5th and 6th avenues and on 5th Avenue between Seneca and Spring streets. The one-way, cash-only fare is $2.25; $1 (ages 5-12, ages 65 , people with disabilities and active military with ID). The South Lake Union Streetcar runs between Westlake Center downtown and South Lake Union (Fairview Avenue N. King County International Airport/Boeing Field, south of the city, is a smaller airport used by private and charter planes and some regional carriers.

Above all, drink plenty of coffee—you're going to be busy.

The Olympic Peninsula's snowcapped mountains frame the western horizon.

(ages 65 and people with disabilities). Shuttle Express' Downtown Airporter operates express buses daily 24 hours between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and various downtown hotels.King County Metro Transit operates a full schedule of bus and trolley service within the Seattle metropolitan area. and 3-6 p.m.), the fare increases to .75 (if the route stays within the city of Seattle) or .25 (if the route crosses into King County). Tickets are available at station vending machines which accept cash or credit cards. For information phone (206) 398-5000 or (888) 889-6368. One-way fare is ; free (ages 0-17 with paying adult).

“Frasier's” title screen shows a stylized Seattle skyline with an instantly identifiable city landmark.

Noise, crowds and the salmon-flinging antics of the fishmongers aside, the soul of the city is right here.

The market also is the location of the oldest operating Starbucks (1912 Pike Place).

State ferries also leave Fauntleroy Pier in West Seattle for Vashon Island and Southworth.

Service also is available from Edmonds to Kingston and from Point Defiance (Tacoma) to Tahlequah (Vashon Island). Passenger-only ferry service is offered by King County Water Taxi for travel between Pier 50 and either Vashon Island (weekdays only) or West Seattle.

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