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Here, where the streets of downtown's business district angle down around Elliott Bay to the south, are the flatlands where Seattle was first built. Nightclubs, art galleries, tourist shops, design firms and restaurants dominate Pioneer Square. The area's First Thursday art walk draws huge crowds to the studios, galleries and street performers, and the nightclubs keep the neighbourhood buzzing with activity till wee hours of the morn'. The kitschy Underground Tour explaining Seattle's early history is a perennial tourist favorite, as is the more sober Klondike Gold Rush Museum, which details the Yukon gold fever that made Seattle richer. Yesler Way, which slices the neighbourhood in half, has a footnote in history as the original "skid row". There are also several small parks in the area, including the quiet Waterfall Park, the shady cobblestones of Occidental Park, and the totem-pole decorated triangle at First and Yesler, Pioneer Place Park. The neighbourhood also marks the popular shopping destination of the city, famous for all kinds of knickknacks such as tapestries, rare artworks, books and what-nots!
Bartell Drugs is a chain of pharmaceutical stores in Washington state, with a concentration of branches in Seattle. This Downtown outlet sells medicinal drugs and essential supplies. It also provides services such as pet medicine, cholesterol testing, blood pressure monitoring, immunizations and blood glucose testing. Its helpful staff and central and convenient location makes it a popular Bartell Drugs outlet in Seattle.
This is a consignment shop, and you will find only designer label fashions here. The inventory is large, with thousands of previously owned items to choose from. If you are looking for casual wear, formal gowns or clothing for a business meeting, you can find it here at excellent savings. Choose your designer; the shop usually has Dior, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Chanel and many others on the racks. The shop carries clothing for both men and women.
Two individual stores have now become one on 2nd Avenue, so you can shop for both jewelry and lingerie under the same roof. You'll find jewelry engraved with poems and pictures of loved ones imprinted on pendants. If you want cufflinks with a picture of your dog on them, this is the place to head to! Lingerie by Huit and Underglam line the shelves, alongside creations by designers closer to home.
If you're a tea person, then Perennial Tea Room is where you belong! Pick from different types of teas—green, black, white, herbal and scented. Check out a variety of collectible tea pots, tea cozies, tea shirts and books. You can also purchase a lot of goodies like marmalade, digestive biscuits, children's tea sets and mugs. When in Seattle, a visit to Perennial Tea Room should be on your to-do list—this is one tea trip worth your while.
Today's kids are more aware of style than ever before and this store offers hip youngsters and their hip parents a wide selection of colorful, well-cut togs for sizes 0-14, including many one-of-a-kind and locally made items. This is a great place to shop for nieces and nephews or any young one on your list. Get their sizes and it's hard to go wrong. Along with clothing, the store stocks children's bedding, accessories and theme items. There is an additional store at Redmond Town Center.