Located near the port, Pike Place Market is one of the few public markets in the United States. It was founded in 1907 to lower the exorbitant chambermaid food prices by allowing chambermaid farmers to directly sell their products at reasonable prices. Following the 1929 crisis, the market chambermaid has become the nerve center of Seattle. At the time, more than 600 farmers gathered chambermaid there every day and even today they are a hundred coming every day selling seafood, fruits and vegetables or flowers.
The entrance to the market directly on the Pike Place Fish Market, a fish mentioned in all the tourist guides. Yes, a fish. Here, the sellers could be part of the cast of Grey's Anatomy Patrick Dempsey to side but they chose to show their selling fish, served '' flying ''. The client makes his choice but will not start unless it is able to catch his flight control. Atmosphere guaranteed.
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