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Known as the birthplace of grunge, Seattle is a great city for music lovers. In fact, the Experience Music Project Museum is located in the same plaza as the iconic Space Needle. Seattle is also known for its excellent blends of coffee and the first Starbucks location, at Pike Place Market. At the bustling market, you can literally "catch" a fresh fish as it is thrown to you, shop local artisan crafts, or dine in both budget-friendly and upscale restaurants, such as The Pink Door.
The Seattle International Film Festival, hosted from the middle of May to June, is widely regarded as one of the top film festivals in the United States. Many travelers choose to stay in Downtown Seattle or in Capitol Hill, where there are over 80 Zagat-rated restaurants including Spinasse. Sports fans may want to see the Seattle Seahawks play at CenturyLink field, which is conveniently located near I-90.
A direct flight from Kansas City International Airport (MCI) to Seattle/Tacoma International Airport (SEA) will take a little more than three and a half hours. The rotating art exhibits in SEA regularly feature local talent from Native American artists, as well as pieces that showcase the area's music history.
The city of Seattle is a 20 minute drive from SEA in your rental car. First-time visitors to The Emerald City may opt for an in-vehicle GPS unit, to help navigate the city's winding roadways.