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SEATTLE INFORMATION

Over the years this city on the Pacific north west coast has become the home to Bill Gates, Microsoft, Starbucks and been the one place Frazier chose after downing his last in Boston. Built, like Rome, on seven hills, Seattle has grown into a sprawling city ever since grunge rock made the place cool back in the late 80s. But for once the architecture is stunning and whoever was responsible for the town planning deserves a drink in a bar of their choice. It's easy to get around in this young and hip town, the heritage has been lovingly cared for and there's room to breathe and relax amongst all the leafy parks and modern museums. Lots of culture and there's a well-established nightlife too and you'll put on a stone in a week from all the places to eat.
On the Web: Seattle Convention & Visitors Bureau
ARENA INFORMATION TRAVELING AROUND SEATTLE
-Name: Key Arena
-Location: Seattle, WA
-Tenant: Seattle Supersonics

-Capacity: 17,072
-Opened: November 4, 1995
-Cost: $74.5 million (renovations)

-Address: 305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
On the Web: Key Arena
-Public Transit: There are a small number of commuter trains from Tacoma and Everett and an extensive system of bus routes. A monorail line is used by tourists and by commuters from the north.
                On the Web: Metro Transit

-Taxi: Satellite Taxi: 206-448-7458
       
    Emerald City Taxi: 206-433-1782
-Parking: Pay lots available downtown
                On the Web: Downtown Parking
-Alternatives: Walk and Bike Paths

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Maps and Directions
HOTELS NEAR KEY ARENA

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ATTRACTIONS AROUND SEATTLE

-Space Needle: Built for the 1962 World Expo, this distinctive structure, rising 600-plus feet above Seattle, is a city landmark.
 Location:
400 Broad Street - Map

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Pike Place Market:
One of Seattle's most famous landmarks, this is the oldest continuously working public market in the country. See fish fly here!
 Location:
85 Pike Street - Map
-Lincoln Park
: Hidden away in the southern reaches of West Seattle, this park is, in many respects, the ultimate archetype of a Seattle park.

 Location: 8603 Fauntleroy Way SW
- Map

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POPULAR RESTAURANTS

-Matt's in the Market: The specialty here is seafood, no surprise considering the market location, overlooking Elliott Bay.
 Location:
94 Pike Street - Map

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Kingfish Cafe: The Coaston sisters' urban soul food lets locals experience a real down-home time.
 Location:
602 19th Avenue East -  Map
-Sluggers Sports Bar:
This narrow sports bar caters to all sports fanatics
that has great food and drinks.
 Location:
538 First  Avenue South  - Map

ALL ATTRACTIONS ARE WITHIN THE CITY

MAP AND DIRECTIONS TO KEY ARENA

Parking: Off-site pay lots and street parking available (early arrival is recommended).
 

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AREA WEATHER LOCAL MEDIA

TELEVISION STATIONS

   -KIRO-7-CBS    -KCST-9-PBS
   -K0MO-4-ABC    -KTWB-22-WB
   -KING-5- BC    -KCQP-13-FOX

RADIO STATIONS

   -710AM-KIRO-Seahawks Flagship Station
LOCAL NEWSPAPER: Seattle Times

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