Fran's Chocolates: Renowned locally for its European-style artisanal chocolates, it’s even on the national radar for creating the salt caramels favored by President Obama. Try something the Washington, D.C. bigwigs don’t: the highly perishable sweet dried figs filled with chocolate ganache and dipped in chocolate coating.

Seattle Aquarium

Chocolate Fountain for Jean Philippe Maury at the Bellagio of Las Vegas.

Seattle, WA

The Pacific Northwest of the USA offers some of the most beautiful landscapes anywhere in the world. So naturally the best way to see it up close is on a well-planned road trip. Follow our route from San Francisco to Seattle and back.

The views. The oysters. The cocktails! Set off on a drive from Seattle to Vancouver and you'll discover a stunning—and absurdly tasty—140 miles of heaven

Rock path through the Seattle arboretum

How to travel between Seattle, Victoria, and Vancouver BC

Seattle, WA

Insider Travel Tips - Things to see and do in Seattle, Washington

Summer Style NO. 13 in Seattle, Who would not want to go there? Especially with my stylish seattle flare and purple Brahmin bag. #brahminsummerstyle

Lake Crescent WA,

Napa Valley Wine Train: This is as much a three-hour rolling culinary adventure as a train trip. Eat in a beautifully restored Pullman dining lounge; ride past wineries and vineyards that roll to the edge of forested mountains. Enjoy a meal, or relax in the wine-tasting car and sample any of 40 local vintages.

Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado

Starbucks - Pike Place Market, Seattle - there are Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccinos in there!!! <3

10 Seattle Restaurant Chains That Need To Go National

Theo Chocolate Factory, Fremont, WA

Things to do in Seattle, WA: Travel Guide from 10Best

A trip to Seattle sounds great! "Travel like a local" in the Emerald City and take transit. Buses, streetcars, ferries and more!

Get the first coffee of the day in Starbucks.. but not ANY Starbucks. This is the first and oldest Starbucks, at Pike Place, Seattle , WA

What a view! Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge | Waterfront Seattle Hotel | Travel Washington State