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  • The Eruption and Life after Lava

      The Cascade Mountains of Washington State are part of the Pacific Rim of Fire formed by earthquakes and volcanoes.  Sunday May 18th 1980 provided an awesome demonstration of the earth’s incredible forces when Mount St. Helens, located halfway between Seattle and Portland, erupted. The north face of the tall symmetrical mountain collapsed in a massive … Continue reading The Eruption and Life after Lava

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      Norwegian Bliss – at 164,600 tons, and 4,200 passengers, the Bliss will be the largest ship to ever sail in Alaska and purpose-built for the market. The newest Norwegian Cruise Line ship is due to arrive in Seattle for her inaugural sailing on May 30th. Seven cruise lines and eleven ships now have homeport … Continue reading NEWS SHORTS

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Aug 15, 2018

Seattle’s growing popularity, both as a business hub and tourism destination, underpins the commitment by the Port of Seattle to invest $2.0 billion (£1.48 billion*) on infrastructure developments at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) through to 2022. Sea-Tac, Seattle’s international gateway airport, is slightly ahead of Gatwick in passenger numbers but is expanding much faster. It … Continue reading Seattle’s international airport invests for its record-breaking growth
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Jul 24, 2018

  Space Lift observation deck raises the bar on spectacular Seattle scenery The $100 million investment in renovations at the Space Needle are part completed so the Space Needle now has a new all glass observation deck with expansive and unhindered views across the city from 360 degrees.  In 2019, the renovated restaurant will open.  … Continue reading NEWS SHORTS
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Jul 24, 2018

  Wine country just went urban https://www.seattleurbanwineries.com/ and this is no ordinary wine at that! The 20 wineries with tasting rooms and cellars in Seattle are artisan-handcrafted wines from specialist Washington State producers. The majority of wines from Washington State are produced by small family businesses run by passionate wine connoisseurs to the highest standards. The … Continue reading Seattle’s Urban Wineries
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