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Well the way Miss Dolly Parton see's it: if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain. That about sums it up for gay Seattleites. Fog doesn't cloud our fun in the Castro; wind and snow don't damper on our festivities in Boystown. Take our word for it, rain isn't an issue when visiting the Emerald City during spring and summer months. If it does pose a problem we'll gift you an umbrella, or something made of Gore-Tex. Planning your Seattle visit? Here are a few of our favorite suggestions.

Entertainment in Seattle.

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ACME Bowling Billiards and Events
100 Andover Park W Tukwila WA 98188
Phone: 206 340-0202
Website: http://acmebowl.com
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Open everyday, various hours. Full service restaurant, lounge, non-smoking bowling, billiards and private rooms. Multiple plasma televisions for your viewing pleasure. HA

Alabastro Photography
3518 Fremont Ave N, Ste 197 Seattle WA 98103
Phone: 206 280-8510
Website: http://alabastro.photoshelter.com
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Professional event photography company for corporate and non-profit organizations. Conferences, conventions, meetings, entertainment, public relations, headshots and stage performances.

Argosy Cruises and Tillicum Village
1101 Alaskan Way, Pier 55, Ste 201 Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 617-7800
Website: http://argosycruises.com
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Harbor, Lakes and Locks cruises featuring history and facts, scenery and Seattle's famous places. Royal Argosy brunch, lunch and dinner cruises. Group rates. HA

Earth, Wind & Fire Boutique
1514 Pike Pl, Ste 13 Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 448-2529
Website: http://earthwindandfireboutique.com/
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This delightful fine crafted fashion boutique carries over 148 clothing designers, 60 exquisite jewelers, stunning handbags, and unique gifts. Daily 10am-6pm.

Let's Tour Seattle/City Tour
Website: http://letstourseattle.com

Sights and Bites Tour. Three hours of incredible sightseeing plus a one hour lunch stop at Fisherman's Terminal.

Let's Tour Seattle/City Tour
Website: http://letstourseattle.com

Sights and Bites Tour. Three hours of incredible sightseeing plus a one hour lunch stop at Fisherman's Terminal.

Miner's Landing at Pier 57 Seattle
1301 Alaskan Way, Pier 57 Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 623-8600
Website: http://seattlegreatwheel.com
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Refurbished 1890’s Gold Rush pier with authentic Northwest dining, panoramic views, gifts and apparel, Carousel and family entertainment. Open daily.

Pacific Northwest Ballet
301 Mercer St Seattle WA 98109
Phone: 206 441-2416
Website: http://pnb.org
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A must-see dance experience, PNB offers an inspired repertoire of classical and modern ballets, including its world renowned Nutcracker. HA TDD

Savor Seattle Food Tours
1501 Western Ave, Ste 301 Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 209-5485 x200
Website: http://savorseattletours.com

Join us on a delicious food and cultural tour and eat your way through Pike Place Market, downtown Seattle, and other tasty Seattle neighborhoods.

Seattle By Foot
Phone: 206 553-9024
Website: http://seattlebyfoot.com

Explore Seattle with these unique and entertaining walking tours: Seattle's Original Coffee Crawl, Seattle Kids Tour, City Pub Tour and Scenic Emerald City.

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Nine Great Day Trips Beyond Seattle
Get outside of Seattle to great attractions such as Mount Rainier, Bainbridge Island or Leavenworth
One Perfect Day to Enjoy Seattle
A one-day itinerary that hits many of Seattle’s top attractions, including Pike Place Market, the waterfront and Seattle Center.
The Museums of Seattle
Seattle’s immense museum collection covers art, music, science, kid-friendly attractions and more.
The Complete Guide to Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle is one of the city’s biggest draws, featuring fresh seafood, artisan chocolates, the first Starbucks and more.

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