{seattle} international district

August 2, 2015

While in Seattle, we spent part of an afternoon in the International District. It was pretty deserted and the main attraction in the International District was Chinatown. Despite not having much to see or do in the area, I was still glad we decided to make the trip there because that meant we were able to get some delicious Dim Sum. This is not to say that the Dim Sum was perfect. In fact, I was pretty disappointed in the variety of dishes, probably because of the place we picked was pretty small. The dishes they did offer were made, however, very well, which made up for some of the variety disappointment. Perhaps they go with the motto of doing a few things well!

Read about more Seattle adventures here:
market for the public1st starbucks evergum on the wallthe librarypiroshky piroshkygreat waterfrontchowders galoreolympic-style scupturescheesy beecher’sday viewuniquely rgbthe centerlistening the emptowering space needlenight viewthe locks

An international Seattle photo adventure:










One Response to “{seattle} international district”

  1. annalice said

    im glad we made it out to chinatown too, the dim sum was worth it!

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